When your cancer reaches a later stage, though, “watching and waiting” may no longer be enough. Radiation therapy is often needed.
It seems like no matter where you go these days, everyone’s got their faces bent downward — staring straight down at the screen on their mobile phones.
According to a new study, you should think twice about all those devices in your home that is running on full blast - the high-tech flat-screen TV, low-tech toaster, WiFi router etc - because the [...]
Nearly a third of breast cancer survivors struggle with chronic insomnia, but there's new hope for resting easier naturally -- because the latest research shows that the ancient Chinese art of [...]
If you've got prostate cancer, radiation treatment can drain your energy and give you problems in the bedroom AND the bathroom. But according to a new study, doing yoga just twice a week can [...]
Close monitoring is preferable to immediate treatment for low-risk prostate cancer – and finally, researchers agree! In one study, the survival rate of prostate cancer patients was no different, [...]
If you’ve been reading my eTips for a while now, you’re aware of the dangers of radiation exposure, like those annual mammograms everyone insists on, or the battery of tests a radiologist will [...]
According to a massive new study, published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, women with a false positive mammogram result were 39 per cent MORE likely to develop breast cancer [...]
When it comes to cancer treatment, the mainstream only gives you two options: chemotherapy and/or radiation.