It’s more important to focus on your diet as a whole, and to understand how making smart food choices today can provide multiple benefits over the long run. Read More
While you enjoy time with family this Thanksgiving, take a moment to discuss family health history. Read More
Many people are unaware that researchers have linked heavy drinking to an increased of several types of cancer. Read More
Like many people, you can probably come up with a long list of reasons and rationalizations – many of which are legitimate – that keep you away from doctors' offices. Read More
Today, with just one vaccine, it is possible to prevent several types of cancer affecting both women and men. Read More
We sat down with radiation oncologist Dr. Amber Orman to get her take on nutrition, diet and if she has any food weaknesses. Read More
Dr. Nagi Kumar, director of Cancer Chemoprevention at Moffitt, debunks common food myths and answers your cancer-related nutrition questions in Ask The Experts: Eat This, Not That. Read More
For some people, a visit to a nail salon is just an occasional treat —a fun way to relax and feel pampered. However, a growing body of medical research indicates that there is a link between certain nail products and serious health consequences. Read More
One notable area of disparity that receives relatively little attention is the high incidence of cancer among the black/African Americans community. Read More
The health care needs of LGBTQ patients who are at risk or fighting cancer are a priority for continued research, Moffitt Cancer Center’s Gwendolyn Quinn, PhD, and Matthew Schabath, PhD, told ResearchAmerica.org prior to World Cancer Day on Feb. 4. Read More
The U.S. surgeon general said in a new report released this week that e-cigarette use among teens and young adults is “now a major public health concern.” Read More
Dr. Amber Orman shares her tips on how to eat healthier and avoid high-calorie pitfalls during the holidays. Read More
Steadily on the rise in America, obesity recently overtook tobacco use as the number one preventable cause of cancer deaths in the United States. Read More
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