Having more sexual partners could increase your exposure to problematic viruses.
Chemical changes seen in cancer patients are also found in people who vape or smoke.
Your odds of quitting for good will improve if you lean on therapies and others for help.
Adults in certain work environments pick up toxic dust and contaminants, carrying them home on clothes and shoes.
Computers may be just as effective as human experts in judging severity of tumors.
A teenager celebrates remission by smashing a replica of his tumor into a thousand tiny pieces.
If you want to gain quality years, adopt a low-risk lifestyle that embraces exercise and good nutrition—and shuns smoking and alcohol.
Food consumption and at-home use of bug sprays expose us to chemical sprays that may cause cardiovascular problems.
Resources abound for women who experience menopause symptoms while battling breast cancer.
The more pounds a woman loses, the lower her risk.
Henry Brown is defying the odds and working to beat a rare cancer with the help of his sidekick Jack-Jack and a whole team that loves him.
More than half of Americans say they're concerned about developing cancer—and 1 in 4 believe there's nothing they can do to prevent it.