Night shift workers are at a higher risk for developing certain cancers. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to reduce your risk of cancer and other chronic diseases linked to sleep cycle disturbance.
Vitamin D is an important nutrient for your body - it keeps your bones and teeth healthy, reduces inflammation, and even fights off infection. But nearly 75 percent of people in the United States suffer from a vitamin D deficiency.
Rapidly evolving technology means we no longer live, work or even practice medicine the way we did in past decades. From electronic medical records to telehealth, technology has taken the medical field by storm and cancer care is no exception. One example of technology that is making an impact in the field of cancer care is 3-D printing.
A recent statement from the American Heart Association warned that some breast cancer treatments can cause heart disease. This news understandably triggered many questions and concerns for breast cancer survivors. Fortunately, there are treatment options available, such as proton therapy, that will protect your heart and other critical organs from damage during breast cancer treatment.
Inflammation, which can be caused by poor diet, plays an important role in cancer development. By choosing a low-inflammatory diet such as the Mediterranean diet you can reduce your risk of certain cancers.
Ackerman Cancer Center’s newly expanded, comprehensive Breast Care Program offers women in Northeast Florida access to a full range of breast cancer services in two convenient locations.
A latex allergy occurs when a person becomes sensitized to proteins in natural rubber latex. At times, this can also be associated with a range of food allergies.