Cancer Care & Prevention

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How To Manage the Possible Side Effects of Radiation for Prostate Cancer

You don’t have to cope in silence with issues like urinary incontinence and sexual dysfunction

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April 8, 2024/Women's Health

6 Ways To Boost Breast Health

Taking precautions like eating healthy, stopping smoking and getting regular screenings can help protect against breast cancer

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The Best Foods To Eat When You Have Breast Cancer

Stay hydrated, opt for fruits, veggies, whole grains and lean protein — and try to eat snacks and smaller meals throughout your day instead of larger portions

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What To Ask Your Oncologist When You’re Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

Being better informed can help you feel more confident about your care options and decisions

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Does Vaping Cause Lung Cancer?

Vaping exposes you to thousands of chemicals, including many that cause cancer and lung disease

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Breast Cancer Can Be Genetic: Here’s What To Know

Certain genes passed down from either side of your family can put you at a higher risk for breast cancer and related cancers

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March 15, 2024/Digestive

How Safe Are Colonoscopies?

They might not be fun, but colonoscopies are low-risk, high-reward procedures

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March 14, 2024/Skin Care & Beauty

Is That Mole Cancerous?

The size, shape and color of moles may offer clues that point to melanoma

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Working While Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer

Working has its benefits, but it may require some modifications — and that’s OK

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How Palliative Care Can Help if You’re Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer

Palliative care offers a comprehensive network of support at any stage, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond

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