Eating healthy and taking care of yourself is more important than ever. Research conducted by the American Cancer Society shows that Type 2 diabetes is linked to certain types of cancer. Managing your health and getting screened for diabetes and cancer can help you avoid complications down the road.
Thanks to advances in cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, and follow-up care, cancer survivors are living longer after diagnosis.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and with summer right around the corner, we encourage you to educate yourself on this highly preventable disease with ways to stay sun safe all year long.
Flowers are blooming, and the days are growing longer. Spring is officially in the air! Now is the perfect time to improve your health with physical activity. From reducing your risk for chronic disease to improving your moods, being more physically active can have some big health benefits.
If you are 50 or older, or have a family history of colon cancer, it’s important that you get screened. Know when and how often you should be screened, and find out what factors put you at a greater risk for colon cancer.
More than 31,000 Delaware adults have been diagnosed with heart disease.
No woman should die of cervical cancer.
The holidays can be the happiest time of year — and the unhealthiest. You can still have fun and stay healthy at the same time by following these 10 healthy holiday tips:
Lung cancer is the number-one cause of cancer death in Delaware. Smoking is the number-one risk factor for lung cancer—in the United States, cigarette smoking is linked to about 90 percent of lung cancers. Even scarier, more than half of those with lung cancer will die within one year of being diagnosed.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), and no matter where you are in Delaware during the month of October, you’ll surely see plenty of pink in stores, on buildings, on people, and more. But what does all this pink mean? What does it call us to do?