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It's a relatively affordable but ethically complicated path to parenthood.
It’s easier to romanticize something that can never be recaptured again — much like youth itself.
Yvane Wiart, Université Paris Descartes – USPC “Doctor, what caused my cancer?” For doctors, this question is often perplexing
Alzheimer’s is a progressive brain disease in which brain cells become damaged and die.
"The Achilles heel for us is drug resistance because the virus is incredibly quick to mutate."
“It is more important to know the patient who has the disease than the disease the patient has.” ? Hippocrates Personalized
The child is off treatment and has no signs of the disease.
Your body might be trying to tell you something.
The words “cancer” and “breast cancer” have always caused fear in the hearts of most people and are seldom spoken unless
An article entitled Ten Toxic People to Avoid Like the Plague appeared in my inbox this morning. I clicked it fast as I could
You can do a little detective work yourself.
We have a say in how we respond to our emotions.
The revered GOP Senator is the beneficiary of top-notch healthcare, but he faces a daunting, relentless disease.
9 Important Traits for Activating your Ability to Thrive If there’s one resounding theme in life, it’s that change is certain
The disease is spread by ingesting fecal matter.
Why breastfeeding might reduce the risk of MS is unclear.
Cancer doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, but that doesn’t mean it has the power to replace joy.
There is no point at which you will never cry again, although as time goes on the tears are bittersweet and less common. When
Age ain't nothing but a number.
This story was brought to you by Thought Catalog and Quote Catalog. By Marisa Donnelly, author of Somewhere on a Highway