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Most people acknowledge the value of preventive medicine, so many women will undergo screening tests such as mammograms and pap smears and many men will have prostate exams to protect their health. But for some reason there is significant trepidation about colonoscopies.
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Prostate cancer is the most common malignancy in older men. One in approximately every six American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer.
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Lung cancer is the most deadly cancer—the #1 killer of both men and women in the U.S. It’s also the most preventable cancer, since about 90 percent of all cases are associated with smoking (firsthand or secondhand exposure).
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A variety of factors inherited, behavioral and environmental, etc. can contribute to cancer development. Although there are no guarantees, there may be ways to decrease your odds of developing this dreaded disease.
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You probably already wear sunscreen when you are at the beach, lounging by a pool, attending an outdoor event, or just walking around on a hot summer day.
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Summertime is the perfect time to soak up the summer rays. Or is it?
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Whether you've been diagnosed with, recovered from, or hope to avoid cancer, what you eat can make a difference.
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Performing a monthly skin exam from head to toe is one way to find out if you have cause for concern. Skin cancer has a cure rate of about 95 percent, when detected early.
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