Colon cancer is one of the deadliest cancers. But it’s also one of the most preventable. Learn how to prevent colon cancer with these six doctor-approved tips. Plus, find out four ways a colonoscopy is a better experience than it used to be.
Colorectal cancer rates have fallen overall, but they’re rising in younger adults. Learn what symptoms you shouldn’t ignore and what you can do to protect yourself.
Prepping for a colonoscopy is not anyone’s idea of a good time. But improvements in the liquid you drink and the timing of the prep are making the whole process easier to swallow.
Colon and rectal cancer are common — together, they’re the third most common cancer in the United States, and the second-leading cause of cancer death
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Are you considering home remedies for your hemorrhoids? A doctor weighs in on home treatments, including witch hazel, aloe, psyllium husk, apple cider vinegar, tea tree oil and a less-known remedy made from Epsom salt and glycerin.
A colorectal surgeon explains the connection between inflammatory bowel disease and cancer.
About 5% of colorectal cancers are inherited. Genetic testing can reveal if you have a mutation that can cause colorectal cancer and if you should do more to protect yourself.
One of the most common cancer diagnoses? It’s colorectal cancer. The good news? Found early, it’s usually curable.
Potato, potahto. Sweet, white. Does it matter when it comes to your health? Our experts analyze what’s the better pick.
Wonder how long it takes colorectal cancers to develop? Colorectal surgeon James Church, MD, explains how a colorectal polyp develops and grows into cancer.