Everyone loves the smell of clothes fresh out of the dryer, and fabric softeners give clothes a great, fresh scent. But would you still use fabric softener and dryer sheets if you knew about the chemicals they include?
When Judy Parnitzke learned she had cervical cancer, she immediately knew she needed to trust her instincts and follow the treatment plan her doctors recommended. Nine years later, she looks back at her time at Ackerman Cancer Center and how her faith, family, and doctors got her through her treatment time.
Proton therapy's precision allows it to destroy tumor cells while also minimizing side effects and allowing patients to maintain their quality of life. This is especially important in the treatment of breast cancers, as there are so many critical structures nearby including the heart, chest wall and lungs.
Everyone has heard the old saying: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But do you know why?
Protect your skin, both during the summer months and all year round, with this convenient skin cancer prevention guide.
Can chocolate provide you with health benefits? Studies show that eating a moderate amount of dark chocolate can reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke, atrial fibrillation, and heart-related death.
Dates are a great addition to a healthy and balanced diet. They are full of fiber and many other vitamins and minerals, and have been shown to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease and improve immune health. Learn more about this delicious fruit in this week's Wellness Bulletin.
An online reporting tool for cancer treatment side effects not only improved quality of life for participants, but also extended survival, according to a study conducted by researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Trans fats lead to clogged arteries, high cholesterol, and even cardiovascular disease. Learn how to reduce the amount of trans fat in your diet to improve your diet and live a healthier life.
Getting started with an exercise regimen is difficult, but has many rewards. It improves your overall quality of life and reduces risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, and depression. You can even be reimbursed by some insurances for having a gym membership.