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Summer’s here and surf’s up! That means a lot more time in the sun and more chances for our skin to get damaged. I love being outside as much as possible this time of year, but I know that my skin is precious and so

  New research, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, came to the conclusion that “exercise is a powerful cancer-preventive.” This is bold language for the usually sedate research terminology. And with good reason! This tremendous study reflects the most in depth research ever done on exercise and cancer risk.   Investigators

[spacer height="20px"]Most people struggle about talking to kids about cancer. Many decide to avoid the topic altogether!   [spacer height="20px"]Most recently when my grandmother passed away, I was very open with my children. They understood when their great-grandmother’s health turned for the worse, and I continued to

[spacer height="20px"]A new Nordic study just released the most interesting data about cancer and family risk we’ve seen to date!   [spacer height="20px"]They followed more than 200,000 fraternal and identical twins for over 30 years, and compared their risk of developing certain cancers to the rest of

[spacer height="20px"]New research from a very well done study suggests that daily OJ and Grapefruit may increase melanoma risk, when compared to people who took in citrus fruits or juice only twice a week.   [spacer height="20px"]Looking closely at this study, the overall risk of melanoma was

[spacer height="20px"]Research has previously suggested a link between being overweight and breast cancer risk, but a new study shows stronger evidence linking body weight and breast cancer.   [spacer height="20px"]The large study has gotten a lot of attention because it looked at over 67,000 women ages 50

[spacer height="20px"]This year there will be about 1.6 million new cases of cancer diagnosed in the US. Over half a million deaths will result from cancer overall.   [spacer height="20px"]Where does your state rank when it comes to cancer death rates? Where do you think the worst

[spacer height="20px"]Bodybuilding supplements have been around a long time, but they are now more popular than ever. A variety of supplements are widely available for men (and women!) looking to boost muscle mass and strength. [spacer height="20px"]Many of these supplements contain either creatine or androstenedione, two