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I Had A Rare Cancer Diagnosis: Here's How I'm Embracing Life

I will never be without my lymphoma, and I will never be myself again. But I am, by all accounts, becoming a better version of myself.

Lynda Wolters
November 5 2022

10 Tools To Help Black People Advocate For Their Health, From A Holistic MD

One hundred fifty-seven years after the first Black female physician, overcoming race disparities in health care is still a work in progress.

Eudene Harry, M.D.
February 21 2021

Found Blood In Your Stool? Here's What To Do Next

The color of the blood may help determine exactly where the bleeding is coming from.

Ajay Goel, Ph.D.
February 8 2021

We Need To Talk About The Racial Disparities With Breast Cancer

Why Black women have worse breast cancer outcomes than white women.

Abby Moore
October 30 2020

Will An Annual Cancer Test Become Standard? Possibly, Thanks To New Research

A blood test that may be able to diagnose five types of cancer up to four years before other symptoms appear.

Eliza Sullivan
July 29 2020

High Levels Of This Hormone Can Affect Your Diabetes & Cancer Risks

The findings could change the way we understand and treat diseases.

Sarah Regan
February 10 2020

Well Read: 5 Books You Won't Be Able To Put Down This October

The best fiction and memoir picks publishing this month.

Liz Moody
October 3 2019