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Study Shows Traditional Preparation of Kava May Help Prevent Cancer

A root known as Kava that grows in the Pacific Islands could yield some promising health benefits. Scientists in New York say it’s becoming a useful weapon in the fight against cancer.

Women Test Their Breast Cancer Risk

“I want to know for my own health and safety.” Learn more at Color.com.

A Cancer Killing MRI Saved My Life!

Lori was diagnosed with stage 4 metastic breast cancer, which quickly spread to her liver, bowel cavity and pancreas. When doctors told her that her cancer was inoperable, she found a treatment that saved her life.

How to Be There for a Loved One with Breast Cancer

When a loved one is diagnosed with breast cancer, it can be hard to know what to say or do. Breast cancer survivors share what was most helpful to them.

How Women with Breast Cancer Stay Positive

Women with breast cancer share the things in life that keep them looking on the bright side.

‘Men Have Breasts, Too’: New York Man Who Survived Stage 2 Breast Cancer Spreads Message

Breast cancer survivor, Micahel, Singer, is making it his goal to spread awareness that men can get breast cancer too

6 Things People Don't Know About Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is in the news all the time, but there’s still a lot of misinformation about it. Here, breast cancer survivors share what they wish people understood about the disease.

Olivia Newton-John’s Health Secrets!

Actress Olivia Newton-John joins The Doctors to discuss how to live a healthy life, battling cancer, and her opinions on plastic surgery.

The Realities of Breast Cancer Treatment That Nobody Talks About

People going through breast cancer treatment deal with a whole host of physical and emotional symptoms that most people never know or hear about. Here, breast cancer survivors share details about what breast cancer treatment is actually like.

What It’s Like to Be Diagnosed with Breast Cancer in Your 20s or 30s

Young women get breast cancer, too. Here’s what it’s like when it happens to you.

Woman Finds Thyroid Cancer Thanks to Watching the Doctors

While watching an episode of The Doctors, one woman took a simple test that led to a shocking discovery: thyroid cancer.

“Food Baby” Was Actually A Tumor!

You know when you eat a big meal and your belly sticks out? Well, what if that “food baby” was actually a tumor? Here’s what you need to look out for.

Surprises for Tongue Cancer Survivor

Check out the amazing surprises The Doctors have in store for Shannon, whose life was saved after watching an episode of the show.

The Doctors Saved My Life!

After watching an episode of The Doctors Shannon went to have a lesion on her tongue examined and two weeks later was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Against great odds, she’s here to share her story.

Duration of Obesity Linked to Cancer

A study looks at the duration of obesity and the link to cancer in U.S. women.

Breast Density and Cancer Risk

Being diagnosed with dense breasts may depend on who reads your mammogram, a study finds.

The Cost of Cancer Drugs

The monthly cost of cancer drugs is highest in the United States, a new study finds.

Exercise and Cancer Prevention

Higher levels of physical activity are very important for cancer prevention, a new study finds.

6 Sexy Moves for Better Doggy-Style Sex

Fitness instructor Ainsley Rodriguez shows off six sexy moves that seriously enhance doggy-style sex.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Who Should Be Screened for Lung Cancer?

Every year in the United States, more people die of lung cancer than colon, prostate, ovarian and breast cancers combined. The good news is that screening for lung cancer saves lives. The question is: who should be screened? In a recent study, Mayo Clinic researchers found that the current Preventive Services Task Force guidelines for lung cancer screening may not include enough high-risk people. Reporter Vivien Williams has the details in today's Mayo Clinic Minute.

Mayo Clinic Opens Nanotechnology Center

Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus has opened a state-of-the-art laboratory for nanotechnology research, an emerging field of science that studies and applies materials that are the size of an atom. The laboratory is a key part of Mayo Clinic’s new Translational Nanomedicine Program. The goal is to develop, test and apply tiny materials in diagnosing and treating patients, particularly those with cancer.

5 Things to Know About Colorectal Cancer

Roughly 140,000 people are diagnosed with colorectal cancer in the United States each year. It is the third most common cancer and No. 2 cause of cancer-related deaths among men and women. Colorectal surgeon Heidi Nelson, M.D., chair of surgery at Mayo Clinic, shares five things to know about colorectal cancer:

Canned Oxygen: A Breath of Fresh Air

You have heard of flavored water, so how about flavored oxygen? It comes in a can and some believe just a few puffs can leave you feeling renewed and re-energized. Best part? NO CALORIES! Now that's something that might be worth inhaling.

'Next Level Living': The Future Of Attention

With all this new technology in our hands, what does that mean for our attention span?

5 Simple Tricks to Stick to Your Weight Loss Goal

Having trouble sticking to your weight loss goal? You might want to adopt a few habits to keep you motivated, like rewarding yourself after a workout. Watch this video for all five tricks to help you stay on track.

5 Myths of Losing Weight

Losing weight is a top priority for us, especially right before the summer hits. However, with the clutter of diets and eating trends out on the market, we may not be making the right choices to shed those pounds. Here are the 5 most common dieting myths that actually cause us to add more pounds, instead of lose them.

Top 5 Need to Know Facts About the Cancer Breakthrough

The search for a cancer cure is ongoing, but recent research may have given us an edge in the fight.

The Red Flags of Cancer

There’s one word we never want to hear our doctors say: cancer. As frightening as it is, the earlier it is detected the better chances you have of surviving. Inform yourself and learn about the three most common types of cancers, and their most common symptoms.

Mayo Clinic Minute: Inside a Colonoscopy

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Mayo Clinic Cancer Center researcher and gastroenterologist, Paul J. Limburg, M.D., says even though colorectal cancer is the the second leading cause of cancer death, colonoscopy and other screening methods make it one of the most preventable cancers. Here’s Dennis Douda for the Mayo Clinic News Network.

Mayo Clinic Minute - Tips for Transitioning to a Standing Desk

Sitting for long periods of time is linked with a variety of health problems, including obesity, diabetes and heart disease. It's the kind of news that might have you considering a standing workstation. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen talks with a wellness exercise specialist from the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program about some things to consider before you ditch your desk chair.
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