A recent study by the American Cancer Society adds to increasing support that physical activity reduces the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women.Read More
Medical studies bombard us with information about the risks associated with cancer. It would seem that very little can be done to escape this deadly killer.Read More
Guaranteed life insurance policies are growing in popularity and offering more flexibility for cancer survivorsRead More
The month of October is dedicated to celebrating, educating and bringing awareness to one of the most talked about forms of cancer, breast cancer.Read More
During the last decade, however, studies have shown there has been a significant increase in incidence, and even mortality, and has caused debate within the scientific community.Read More
According to the National Cancer Institute, there will be 233,000 new cases of prostate cancer diagnosed in the U.S. in 2014, along with 32,050 deathsRead More
The American Cancer Society is calling attention to new data showing that fewer people have been dying of cancer in recent decades.
The organization said that since the declaration of a “war on cancer” in 1971, improvements have been fueled by a decline in tobacco use, as well as increased screening procedures and what was described as “modest to large improvements in treatment” for various types of cancer.Read More
According to the Center for Disease Control, nearly 1.9 million students have tried e-cigs.Read More
An individual’s life insurance rates can be affected by health conditions like diabetes and obesity – and in some cases, even people who exercise regularly and eat right can set themselves up for dangerous medical problems if they aren’t careful.
Healthcare professionals have long advised people to watch what they eat and to engage in physical activity regularly. By avoiding chronic health conditions, insurers will be more inclined to offer favorable rates, and the chance of hospitalization for a major illness becomes lower.Read More