We worry about our health, despite the fact it is bad for our health. But worry is not always bad, if it motivates us to improve.
According to CBS News, researchers from the University of Rochester say that they may be able to learn ways to prevent tumors by studying naked mole rats, rather than studying animals that are prone to cancer.
The results revealed that since the HPV vaccine was introduced, cases of the disease decreased by 56 percent among females between the ages of 14 and 19.
Heart disease kills more women than all the cancers together. Sadly, most women, and a surprisingly big number of doctors, don’t know this.
This year, more than 10,000 children will be diagnosed with pediatric cancer. Many will respond to standard treatment, but others won’t.
BATAVIA, N.Y. (AP) — Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly says he has been diagnosed with cancer in his upper jaw bone and will have surgery on June 7. Kelly is suffering from […]
The Susan G. Komen Foundation is hoping to empower generations of Asian-American women at its annual breast health awareness event tomorrow.
Three sisters say they were kicked out of a suburban Philadelphia mall after refusing to remove profanity-laden hats expressing their hatred of breast cancer.
Chris reviews the media fallout from his interview with CBS News Reporter Sharyl Attkisson, the aftermath of the tornado in Moore Oklahoma, and politicians manipulating tragedies to promote climate change. He also talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine about the scandals coming out of Washington DC.
Bishop Eustace’s Devin Smeltzer beat cancer to become a star pitcher and centerfielder.
Does your sunscreen live up to its promise? A consumer watchdog group says most don’t. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains.
Angiogenesis is the formation and development of blood vessels. When it’s not working right, it can complicate conditions such as cancer and coronary heart disease.
Donate just 15 minutes of your time this Wednesday, and you could save a life.
Some cancer patients might have trouble finding treatments because of budget cuts. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl says this is affecting patients who get chemotherapy in community clinics.
A medication used for depression and anxiety can reportedly be effective in treating chemotherapy-induced pain.