Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men, outside of skin cancer. The majority of prostate cancer cases show no symptoms when the disease is in its early stages, which is why prostate screening can be an important part of preventative care.
Prostate cancer is very common – affecting one in eight men. Learn more about risk factors and symptoms of this disease.
Snacks are essential to keep blood glucose levels as close to normal as possible and to help prevent low blood sugar – especially for those with diabetes. When it comes to snacking, people often think of foods that are high in sugar or fats, but you have plenty of other options. Read on for some fun, healthy ideas for snacks that are low in carbs and will give you the energy you need to get through your day.
For many people, healthy eating is important, but they only have so much money set aside for food each week or month. With a little pre-planning, you can stick to your healthy eating goals without breaking the bank.
Even if you make good choices at home, it can be very difficult to maintain healthy eating habits at restaurants, parties or on-the-go. Learn more about 12 tips to help you practice good nutrition in any situation.
Guest Columnist Dylan Ekstrand, DO, explains the importance of regular check-ups and screenings with a primary care provider in navigating the “check engine” lights of your body.
Patty Swinehart opted to undergo a lung cancer screening, a decision that proved to be lifesaving when the test uncovered two spots on her lung.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer for both women and men. One important way to lower your risk of skin cancer is to perform regular skin checks and look out for new or changed moles or growths.
With 1 in 5 Americans developing skin cancer in their lifetime, skin cancer is the most common type of cancer. There are easy ways for you to lower your risk of skin cancer this summer.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and a great time to familiarize yourself with information about skin cancer. Check out the articles below to learn more about how to protect your skin, signs of skin cancer and more.
Many people know that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer. But did you know that there are different types of skin cancer? It’s important to understand the differences because skin cancer type affects treatment options, progression and more.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and a great time to reprioritize your mental wellness. Check out the articles below to learn more about self-care, mental health in children and more.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a great time to reprioritize your breast health. Check out these articles to learn more about breast screening, breast cancer and stories from survivors.
While not always the first thought when cancer comes to mind, lung cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in both men and women, not including skin cancers. Learn more about lung cancer risks and screening.
We all know there are many benefits to being physically active, but even knowing all the perks, it can still be difficult to get motivated to move. Sometimes just knowing where to start can make all the difference. We’ve provided a variety of physical activities for every fitness level to help you stay active.
No matter your age, physical activity is an important part of maintaining your physical and mental health. Read more about recommendations for activity level by age.
Our lives are full of challenges and obligations that can often become overwhelming. Learn about ways you can recharge every day by caring for yourself.
Kidney stones are common and can be very painful. These deposits can be caused by a variety of factors, and there are lifestyle choices you can make that may help to prevent kidney stones.
According to the National Kidney Foundation, one-third of adults in the United States are at risk of developing kidney disease. These are some ways you can help to keep your kidneys healthy and functioning properly.
Mammograms are the best tool for catching breast cancer in its early stages when it is most treatable. Finding breast cancer early can lead to more successful treatments and better outcomes.
While it’s probably not something we think about often, our lungs are a vital part of keeping your body alive – working overtime to take about 20,000 breaths a day! While your body has natural defense systems in place designed to protect your lungs, it is still important to take steps to keep your lungs healthy.
As a woman, you know that taking care of yourself is important, but often your health gets lost in the business of every day life. We are here to remind you that regular breast exams are the best way to prevent and detect future problems – like breast cancer.
Many women with breast cancer have no symptoms, which is why regular breast screening is so important. The best way to catch breast cancer in the early stages – when it’s most treatable – is through routine mammograms. Early detection of breast cancer can lead to more effective treatment and better outcomes.