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'My Five Wives' clip: 'We'll Be There For You' gives Rhonda some much-needed love

brightcove.createExperiences(); Rhonda's sister-wives showed their support during her breast cancer scare in a very sweet way. In this Zap2it-exclusive clip from "My Five Wives,"the other four wives of Brady come by to comfort Rhonda while she is waiting for her mammogram results by cleaning her home for her. Show More Summary

Will the Supreme Court Protect Polluters from Lawsuits

The answer is probably yes. There should be no statute of limitations on health claims. Just because a cancer might not develop for a twenty years doesn’t mean it’s not related to toxic exposure.

EXCLUSIVE! Aaron Paul Is Serving 1970's Realness In This Wigged Out Still From Decoding Annie Parker!

From Breaking Bad…to brunette and a Dad! Aaron Paul has totally transformed in his new flick Decoding Annie Parker, playing the husband to a woman battling breast cancer. While time passes and her fight rages on, Aaron's character (Canadian pool man Paul) is along for the ride—as his wife Annie ferociously tries to find a genetic link [...]

Leader of One of America's Largest Fraternities Moves to End the 'Cancer' of Hazing

Brad Cohen is the current leader of one of the nation's oldest and largest fraternities. SAE has 240 chapters nationwide with over 14,000 members. Last month Cohen announced an abrupt end to one of the best known fraternity traditions, the pledge process prior to becoming a member. Show More Summary

Valerie Harper rebounds from cancer scare, has new major role

The song may not have been written for her, but Valerie Harper can turn the world on with her smile. Despite an ongoing battle with brain cancer…which she is happily winning…she is upbeat, optimistic and grateful for the life that TV has given her.

West Ham player Dylan Tombides dies at age 20 after losing battle with cancer

20 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Dylan Tombides, an Australian soccer player who played professionally for West Ham, died Friday morning following a three-year battle with testicular cancer. Tombides, 20, was first diagnosed with the cancer after playing for Australia in the 2011 Under-17 World Cup in Mexico when a random drug test uncovered a tumor. The striker joined West Ham […]

Dylan Tombides' Teammate George Moncur Gets Tribute Tattoo on Day of His Death

Dylan Tombides, the 20-year-old West Ham United forward whose death was announced on Friday, has been honoured by his friend and team-mate George Moncur with a tattoo. Tombides had been battling testicular cancer. My best mate always...Show More Summary

Benaroya Research Institute Evaluates Immunology Approach to Blocking Breast Cancer

Benaroya Research Institute (BRI) received a grant to research how blocking a particular molecule in metastatic breast cancer reduces both the growth of primary tumors and the number of lung metastases. BRI scientists have found in disease models that blocking this protein can shrink tumors by 60 - 80 percent and can keep the tumor from metastasizing or spreading.

Taylor Swift: Is She Too Skinny?

Over the past few weeks, Taylor Swift has left no doubt that she's awesome. The singer has visited multiple cancer patients and surprised a young woman at her bridal shower. But while there's no debate over Swift's charitable side, a...Show More Summary

Gene variant increases risk of colorectal cancer from eating processed meat

A common genetic variant that affects one in three people appears to significantly increase the risk of colorectal cancer from the consumption of processed meat, according to a new study.

Canada: Home Of The World’s First Miracle Drug

21 hours agoOdd : Thought Catalog

I would wager that most people didn’t know diabetes is one of the top 10 killers worldwide. I would bet most didn’t realize that last year diabetes killed more people than breast cancer.

The Socialization of Medicine

“We understand that we doctors should be and are stewards of the larger society as well as of the patient in our examination room,” said Dr. Lowell E. Schnipper, the chairman of a task force on value in cancer care at the American Society of Clinical Oncology. In practical terms, new guidelines being developed by […]

Ideas for sustainable health bloom in the Arizona desert

In light of rapidly aging populations, health systems worldwide are being confronted with a dramatic increase in lifestyle diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. As a result, health systems must...(read more)

Oculus Rift helps terminally ill woman take one last stroll in the sun

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

A terminally ill woman has reminded us of the limitless potential for devices like the Oculus Rift beyond just gaming and entertainment. After Roberta Firstenberg's cancer treatments failed last year, she was told she had just a few months to live....

Three Young Princesses Battling Cancer Have Their Picture Taken Together

These three little girls, Rylie, Rheann, and Ainsley met for the first time when they took a group photo for Scantling Photography and Goodger Photography. The photographers wanted to capture the strength and spirit of the cancer survivors. From a local report on them (video at bottom): If most pictures are worth a thousand words, […]

This Man Runs Marathons with a 93-Pound Refrigerator Strapped to His Back

yesterdayOdd : Neatorama

(Photo: Tony the Fridge) Because marathons just aren't hard enough, Tony "The Fridge" Pheonix-Morrison of Hebburn, UK, runs them while carrying a refrigerator. It began as an attempt to get sponsors for a charity run for cancer research. Show More Summary

‘I Touch Myself’ In Breast Cancer PSA

The Divinyls’ “I Touch Myself” has been repurposed into an emotionally touching breast cancer psa. The melodious breast cancer project – sponsored in part by the Cancer Council NSW – features ten Australian singers: Connie Mitchell; Deborah Conway; Kate Cerebrano; Katie Noonan; Little Pattie; Megan Washington; Olivia Newton-John; Sarah Blasko; Sarah McLeod; and Suze DeMarchi […]

Why ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott Refuses to Let Cancer Win

Stuart Scott is an ESPN original and the man GQ Magazine once said put the hip-hop in sportscasting. When the “Sportscenter” anchor is not at ESPN’s studios, he can be found once or twice a month practicing mixed-martial arts wearing sunglasses, for a very specific...

Lifestyle changes blamed for increased cancer cases in Shanghai

Colorectal cancer has seen a four-fold increase of cases since the 1970s in Shanghai, and experts are saying that the upward trend, not taking into account the growing elderly population, is a result of lifestyle changes including a higher consumption of meat, a decline in healthy food, and a more sedentary lifestyle, Shanghai Daily reports. [ more › ]

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