Dr. Francisco Cartujano explains the tobacco-related disparities that exist among Latino people, including why these disparities exist, what research is being done to reduce them, and where to find help with quitting smoking.
Is the idea that sugar causes cancer actually true? Here, learn where this concept comes from, what the science says about the relationship between sugar and cancer, and what people should know about lowering their cancer risk and their sugar intake.
Can eating soy increase your risk for breast cancer? Here, learn where this idea comes from, why the science shows eating soy cannot lead to breast cancer, and what to know about eating healthy levels of soy.
In this month’s “From the Editor in Chief” column, Dr. Jyoti Patel discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted cancer screening and why it’s so important for everyone to keep up with their regular checkups.
Cancer caregiver Marika Humphreys shares the challenges cancer caregivers face in taking care of themselves and where caregivers can start in making self-care a priority.
In this expert Q&A, Dr. Anthony J. Alberg discusses how smoking cigarettes, pipes, cigars, and e-cigarettes impacts your cancer risk and how people can get help to quit smoking.
In this post, the myths and facts surrounding alkaline water are examined. The discussion includes how science does not support its use for cancer treatment and how people with cancer can best stay hydrated.
The microbiome is a popular topic in health discussions. But what role does it play in cancer and its treatment? In this post, learn what the microbiome is, why it’s important, and what it has to do with cancer.
In this post, teenage cancer survivor Andrés Nachón describes what it was like being diagnosed with cancer at age 17, and how his faith and love for basketball helped him cope.
Dr. Michael Jefford discusses what cancer prevention and care is like in Australia, including the access Australians have to screening, how people with cancer receive treatment, and how the country is working to improve survivorship care.