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We need to approach breast cancer awareness with a more nuanced etiquette, according to one survivor.
Learn the story behind the world's leading men's health organization.
No one would ever argue that cancer is good news. So explaining how something that caused me a lot of pain and loss is also something that spurred my...
You may have seen headlines in the last few weeks questioning whether women really need annual pelvic exams. Here's what you need to know.
Having been on my own cancer journey, which started with a stage-4 lung cancer diagnosis more than four years ago, I've learned a number of important...
"I told him if people wanted to stare, they could stare at both of us."
We'll raise a mug to that.
Let us decode the latest EWG report for you.
Not all sunscreens are created equal.
Forget sprays and lotions—should you be popping a sunscreen pill?
Today, I’m an 18-year brain tumor survivor. My journey has been amazingly transformative as a brain tumor patient, woman, and human being. As I...
Cancer isn't necessarily fate. Every day we make choices that modify the development of cancer. Here's what you should know.
Millions of women take the birth control pill for contraception, to treat an underlying hormone imbalance, or both. But are they a good idea? That...
Even if just one person benefits from reading my story, it makes my headaches from nerve damage during surgery and my scar worth it.
I study people who heal from cancer against all odds. The one thing these survivors all have in common: taking action. Here are some ways you can...