Eating a healthful diet and staying active is important to overall health throughout your life, but diet takes on an even greater significance during and after cancer treatment.
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. It's important to know the signs, symptoms, and screening options for colorectal cancers.
Cabbage is high in many health properties, but it's important to know the best way to cook it to ensure you do not reduce those health properties. Learn more in Karen's Wellness Bulletin!
Apple cider vinegar has been popular for many years for its various health properties. These include helping with weight control and glucose control.
Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new at-home test kit designed to identify genetic mutations that could raise the risk of developing breast, prostate and ovarian cancers. But many in the healthcare world have concerns about how individuals will interpret the results of these at-home tests.
A new study shows that 7 years may be maximum time for adjuvant hormonal therapy for some breast cancer patients, in particular post-menopausal women.
Many studies have shown a strong link between a diet high in processed foods and increased risk of certain cancers. However, the reasons for this increased risk are still under review.
Your oral health is vitally important to your overall health and well-being. Gum disease, caused by lack of proper dental care, has been linked to chronic inflammatory diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis.
British researchers are using mini tumors to test the effectiveness of cancer therapies in the hope the new technique could provide faster results and help identify the most effective treatment for the individual patient.
“I’ve been told I have dense breast tissue. What does this mean?” This is one of the most common questions my patients ask me. Breast density - and perhaps more importantly, the ramifications of having dense breast tissue - can be confusing topics for both patients and providers. But understanding the concept of breast density is very important, because your breast density may influence your individual breast cancer screening plan.