When cancer claimed her husband, Courtney Appel found solace in becoming a patient advocate.
While labs can evaluate colon health based on blood or stool samples, traditional imaging procedures are the most reliable.
Half of people age 50 and older will experience this painful bowel condition. Learn how to prevent it—and recognize symptoms when they arise.
The sizable jump in cases among age 50 and younger is a worldwide trend arising partly from poor diet.
A 34-year-old doctor and mom of two is battling colon cancer with a powerful social network, humor and plenty of snuggles.
Anal cancer—it happens, and it's related to HPV.
Take action now for a better tomorrow.
With the right ingredients, a well-made smoothie can provide your body all the fuel it needs to tackle whatever comes your way.
Healthy eating and behaviors—including exercising and not smoking—work in conjunction to keep the body in tip-top shape.
Cancer survivor creates birdhouses for other patients to enjoy.
If cancerous growths called polyps are found during a colonoscopy, they can be removed during the procedure.
Nearly 4,300 people took part in the annual St. Patrick's Day race to raise awareness about colorectal cancer.
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