As Walk of Hope approaches, there are lots of ways to get involved with Women of Hope. Find out how you can train for the walk and help WOH prep for the event. Continue reading
Phytochemicals in red wine may help ward off breast cancer, according to a small study.
Women are so busy taking care of others that they forget to take care of themselves. The American Cancer Society developed a friendly reminder for women to put their own health first and reduce cancer risk.
Women are more vulnerable to lung cancer because of a variety of factors that have to do with genetic and biological differences. And although cigarette smoking is the way most women develop lung cancer, even women who don’t smoke can get lung cancer.
False positives after a mammogram can be quite an emotional drain. And a new study says that maybe the high number of false positives can be avoided by getting every-other-year mammograms.
Our upcoming Women’s Health Educational Seminar focuses on ovarian and other women’s cancers. Find out about symptoms, treatments, and more from gynecologic oncologist Dr. Michael Callahan.
Take part in a cancer prevention study, and help impact lives all over the world. The third Cancer Prevention Study of the American Cancer Society will be enrolling cancer research participants at St.Vincent Cancer Care, October 6-8.
Bigger is barely better when it comes to SPF. The bold-print numbers on sunscreen bottles continue to climb, but the level of protection you get hardly shifts. And that SPF number isn’t the whole story, anyway. New FDA labeling measures … Continue reading
Every day, 30 women in the United States find out that they have cervical cancer. That’s a surprising statistic, and here’s another surprise: Cervical cancer may be preventable. Cervical cancers are unique in that they aren’t passed genetically; instead, almost all of these cancers are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).