Angelina Jolie has reflected on what the late Christian war hero Louis Zamperini taught her about overcoming adversity in the wake of her recent health scare.
We all know that sun is bad for your skin by now -- I mean, don't we? Sun is responsible for brown spots, leathery texture, lines, and large pores. After years of exposure you risk developing skin cancer -- and I don't mean just the ones like basal cell that are often curable but also the really serious melanoma kind. Show More Summary
Cynthia Lennon, the former wife of John Lennon, died Wednesday in her home in Mallorca, Spain. She had been battling cancer and passed away with her son, Julian, by her side. She was 75. Julian, who reported the news of her death on his website, also created a video in tribute to...
Purple tomatoes may soon be on your dinner table, spiked with high levels of compounds that lower the risk of cancer. But do you want that?
Giuliana Rancic is finally speaking out on the rumors surrounding her weight. Rancic, who is fed up with the rampant speculation as to whether she's suffering from a cancer relapse or eating disorder, is getting candid about the real reason for her thin frame. [ Related: Fashion Police Won't Come Back This Season Following The Giuliana Scandal! [...]
Gossip has surrounded Fashion Police host and E! commentator Giuliana Rancic for months, stemming from her thin appearance. Rancic wore a bare-shouldered white dress at the Golden Globes in January that seemed to show Rancic at a low weight, which caused concern. Show More Summary
The announcement comes amid recent findings that the herbicide "probably" causes cancer. The post EPA To Place Restrictions On The World’s Most Widely Used Herbicide appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The prevalence of childhood cancer survivors is estimated to have increased, and the majority of those who have survived five or more years beyond diagnosis may have at least one chronic health condition, a new report suggests.
Reality and Broadway star Frankie Grande is the son of a pulmonologist and says smoking and cancer ain't cute. read more
The Food and Drug Administration just approved Gardasil 9, which covers nine types of HPV (Human Papillomavirus). The previous version of Gardasil covered only 4 types of the virus, which is responsible for many cancers and other conditions. Show More Summary
In the late fifties, an old flame of Samuel Beckett, Ethna MacCarthy, fell ill and died of throat cancer in Dublin. Around this time, female voices began to enter Beckett’s work, which up until that point had featured almost exclusively male characters. Was there a connection? In a review of a new edition of Beckett’s […]
Medical technology is about to blow your mind — and potentially transform how you manage your health. Soon you'll be able to soothe chronic back pain with the injection of a microchip, lower your blood pressure with radio-frequency energy, and get dental implants that reduce swelling in your gums. Show More Summary
Giuliana Rancic knows you probably think she's too thin and she agrees. But the E! host says it's not what you think. In a new interview with People magazine, Rancic is finally speaking out about rumors that she's battling an eatingShow More Summary
Giuliana Rancic denies having an eating disorder in an emotional interview, saying she’s “really thin” because of cancer medication she’s been on for the last three years. The Fashion Police… READ ON
The actor behind Deacon talks with THR about the ramifications of telling Rayna about his cancer and trying to keep his storyline authentic. read more
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and NanoString Technologies, Inc., a provider of life science tools for translational research and molecular diagnostic products, today announced a multi-year collaboration to accelerate the development and adoption of a new type of assay based on NanoString's nCounter(r) Analysis System.
From MedPage Today: Brain Cancer: Did ’60 Minutes’ Report Raise False Hope? A glioblastoma therapy touted in a “60 Minutes” report that aired Sunday evening, focusing on the use of the polio virus to treat glioblastoma, isn’t a particularly new idea and results are still unpublished — but some oncologists are worried that patients might not […]
Childhood cancer survival has increased but the majority of those who have survived five or more years beyond diagnosis may have at least one chronic health condition, according to cancer incidence and survival data recorded between 1975 and 2011 from nine U.S. Show More Summary
While there has been substantial progress in some cancer control efforts in the past several decades, like reductions in smoking and increased utilization of cancer screening, progress in some areas is lagging, according to a new report. Show More Summary
Alzheimer's Reading Room Yale School of Medicine researchers are reporting that memory, as well as connections between brain cells, were restored in mice with Alzheimer's when they were given an experimental cancer drug. The drug was...Show More Summary