cancer

  1. K-12

    Cruise line denies boy with cancer his much-anticipated family vacation

    A family is pleading with Norwegian Cruise Line to reschedule a cruise they booked before their child was diagnosed with cancer. The...
  2. K-12

    The internet shows its good side by sending thousands of birthday cards to boy with cancer

    A boy with an inoperable brain tumor has a birthday coming up, and all he wants are birthday cards. Will you help his dream come...
  3. Diet

    Health benefits of the unrecognized vitamin K2

    What’s the vitamin that doesn’t get the respect (or recognition) it deserves? Vitamin K2, also called menaquinone.
  4. Movies

    Hollywood's Humanitarians: David Koechner helps fight cancer with "trash talking," bowling

    We loved David Koechner as the obnoxious Todd Packer in The Office and as Champ Kind in the Anchorman movies. The fact that he's...
  5. Baby

    Online community rallies around infant with rare tumor

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    Marianne Canada's son Hugo was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer just days after his first birthday. In the days following his...
  6. Parenting

    Single dads: The real-life Danny Tanner

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    For Father's Day, many dads dream of a solo day on the greens or watching the big game (there always seems to be one on, right?)...
  7. Well-being

    Woman living with terminal breast cancer fulfills lifelong dream

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    Patricia, a 56-year-old single mom, beat the odds and survived breast cancer. But, just seven years later in June of 2012 the former...
  8. Well-being

    We can’t think of a better reason to get a nipple tattoo

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    It may sound a little odd, but women are flocking to Finksburg, Maryland — all for a little time topless with Vinnie Myers.
  9. Well-being

    New cancer treatment method gives patients a second chance

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    Perhaps the strength to fight cancer really can come from within. A new treatment that involves using a patient’s own immune cells...
  10. Health & Wellness

    Patrick Dempsey on his mother's cancer and the power of CrowdMed

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    We spoke to Patrick Dempsey (a.k.a. Dr. McDreamy) about his real-life efforts to help others with medical issues through CrowdMed.
  11. Women's Health

    How long it takes a cell phone to triple your brain cancer risk

    Flat tires, missed connections and last-minute work emails are all "emergencies" that have been downgraded to inconveniences, thanks...
  12. Well-being

    You can prevent cancer, says World Health Organization

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    The C-word seems to be everywhere you turn. We hear about new breakthroughs and treatments all the time, and unfortunately we hear...
  13. Well-being

    New skin cancer threat: Manicures

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    Could your manicure put you at risk for skin cancer? A new study finds manicure drying lights could be a culprit.
  14. Parenting

    Reprogrammed T cells give cancer patients hope

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    At just 20 years old, Milton Wright was diagnosed with leukemia for the third time in his young life. But he was given a new lease...
  15. Well-being

    A new home test can detect colorectal cancer

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    A new test has the possibility to be the primary screening tool for colon cancer and it's not invasive like a colonoscopy.
  16. Well-being

    Colon cancer awareness receives a social media buttlift

    Butt. Hiney. Tuckus. Ass. No matter what you call it, your rear end deserves respect. It puts up with a lot of... well, you know....
  17. Tips & Advice

    Mom diagnosed with cancer within minutes of giving birth

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    The birth of twins should be a time of joy. But for one young mother, her labor and delivery ended with a life-threatening diagnosis.
  18. Health & Wellness

    Defending the "I wish I had breast cancer" campaign

    Pancreatic Cancer Action's "I wish I had breast cancer" ad campaign has infuriated many people. Emotions aside, though, the campaign...
  19. Well-being

    When women should say bye-bye to healthy breasts

    A new study shows that removing both breasts in breast cancer patients — even when one is cancer-free — yields higher survival rates.
  20. Celebrity Gossip

    VIDEO: Amy Robach cuts hair to take control away from cancer

    Amy Robach is in the middle of the fight of her life, but she decided to take some control back from cancer.