Poor air quality can harm your lungs, heart and more. Consider “air quality alerts” a warning system to protect you and your family when pollution levels rise.
Vapes, cigarettes and cigars all contain nicotine and carry substantial health risks. Your best bet is to avoid or quit any smoking habit.
Ready to quit smoking? While it can be tough to kick the habit, nicotine replacement therapy, relaxation techniques and having a support system are just a few of the ways you can successfully quit.
If you’re fighting cancer, you might not have a big appetite. Try these smoothie tips as a more appealing way to get the nutrients you need with easy-to-stomach flavors.
Finding out that you or your loved one has cancer can be a scary thing. But, it doesn’t always have to be. Read these cancer myths before you start to add unnecessary stress to your cancer journey.
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is stressful is enough, but being organized can help make things more manageable. Follow these five steps to get everything in order.
When you’re going through cancer treatment, it’s important to ask your doctor and cancer care team all your questions. It will prepare you for for treatments, while helping your family to understand how to best support you. Not sure what to ask? Find some suggestions.
Advances in genetic testing of tumors are paving the way for more effective drugs that target cancer cells and spare healthy ones. Learn how doctors are better tailoring cancer treatment.
Relationships are hard. But what about starting dating when you have cancer? Our experts offer tips for making it easier.
If you have cancer, you may be concerned it will spread if you have surgery. Is this cause for concern? Find out from this Cleveland Clinic expert.