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Is it Skin Cancer?

Skin cancer is a commonly misunderstood, yet potentially life-threatening, disease. Know what to look out for and when it's time to have a medical professional take a look.

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Preventing and Detecting Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a serious and life-threatening form of cancer. This post discusses strategies for the prevention and treatment of this silent killer.

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Making Mental Health a Priority

Making Mental Health a Priority

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Lung Cancer - Not Just a Smoker's Disease

Lung cancer is often considered to be a disease that only affects those who smoke or those who have smoked, but really it can affect others. Find out about non-smoking high-risk traits in this article.

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Focus on Prevention and Early Detection of Colon Cancer

March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month. As the second leading cancer killer, colon cancer awareness and prevention efforts continue to be a priority. Read about prevention efforts you can take.

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Understanding Your Risk for Breast Cancer

Understanding Your Risk for Breast Cancer

According to the National Cancer Institute, one in eight U.S. women will develop cancer during their lifetime. Even more women have loved ones and family members who have struggled with breast cancer.

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My Skin Cancer Scare

I was a child of the 80s. I could lay in the sun for hours. I’d grab my reflective mat, baby oil, a boom box loaded with a Rick Springfield cassette tape and I was good to go for the day.

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