6 Cancer Fighting Foods You Should Always Stock In Your Kitchen
These everyday foods have high levels of cancer-fighting antioxidants that can help protect your body from the disease.
7 Skin Cancer Symptoms You Can't Actually See On Your Skin
​Non-skin symptoms are your very first clue that you have skin cancer.
5 Signs Of Skin Cancer Other Than A New Mole
These lumps, patches, and sores can be the sign of a serious problem.
5 Subtle Signs Of Kidney Cancer You Should Know
Kidney cancer is one of the most common cancers in adults; these symptoms could help you detect it early.
Exactly What To Eat In A Day To Reduce Your Risk Of Cancer
The Environmental Working Group just released their Cancer Defense Diet—here’s what it looks like.
13 Serious Health Conditions Studies Have Linked To Monsanto's Roundup
This common agricultural herbicide has been associated with numerous health issues, but there are ways to reduce your exposure.
6 Small Skin Problems That Can Signal A Major Problem
If one crops up, contact your dermatologist right away.
5 Skin Cancer Warning Signs That Are Incredibly Easy To Overlook
Watch out for these sketchy skin anomalies to keep yourself in good health.
6 Health Conditions That Have No Symptoms Until It's Too Late
Learn how to protect yourself, even when there are few warning signs.
Is There A Cancer Causer In That Packaged Bread?
Make sure this worrisome ingredient isn't in your next sandwich.
4 Tear-Jerker Photos Of A Dog In Her Last Days
I was devastated when I learned Pumpkin, my 12-year-old chow mix, had only weeks to live. I’d watched my boyfriend die of cancer, too, and the thought of losing my pup to the disease overwhelmed me. Then Pumpkin bopped me on the leg, as if to say, “Snap out of it! Let’s go for a hike!” For each of the nearly 300 days that followed—she lasted longer than anyone expected—my irrepressible black dog reminded me that, though cancer can shorten the days we have left together, it’s powerless to make them any less precious. Pumpkin’s gone, but I still have the photographs I took, one for each of her last days, reminding me of her final message: “F**k Cancer.”