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Fox59While it may seem that almost everyday a new report suggests something else could cause cancer, Hoosiers have a chance to fight back by changing the foods that they eat. As a part of Fox59's partnership with Little Red Door Cancer Agency, we went on a...
Fox59When it comes to cancer, two-thirds of all deaths can be prevented by making lifestyle choices. One big lifestyle choice many can easily make is adding exercise. Phyllis Pigford-Mason changed her life through exercise, after going through extensive...
Tags: Intestine, Armed Forces, Health, Estrogen, Physical Conditions
Northern Michigan Regional Health System will host a free summer lecture series on health and wellness titled, “Learn to Live Well." The lectures will take place from noon to 1:15 p.m. at the new John and Marnie Demmer Wellness Pavilion and...
Tags: Surgery, MRI (imaging), Dialysis, Health, Heart Surgery
Bon Secours Hampton Roads is the latest to add PET/CT scanning to their arsenal in the fight for cancer survival. The combined imaging system results in faster and more accurate assessments for individuals undergoing cancer treatment. PET/CT scanners...
WASHINGTON — With hundreds of letters arriving each week, first lady Michelle Obama's mailbag is intriguing more for its variety than its volume. She hears from all sorts of people, from first-graders to foreign first ladies. Among their messages:...
West Virginia University Hospitals-East’s Jefferson Memorial Hospital hosted a community open house for its new Women’s Imaging Center Wednesday. The celebration began with a ribbon-cutting ceremony co-sponsored by the Jefferson County...
Tags: Radiology, Hospitals and Clinics, Biopsy, Surgery, Mammogram
Fox59Hectic, busy schedules; many women juggle career, family, and activities with little time for themselves. And making time for a doctor's visit, let alone several can be extremely stressful. Vicki Cook is a busy, 40-year old, working mom just diagnosed...
Daily American Staff WriterTwo guest speakers at the opening ceremonies of Relay For Life in Meyersdale held Friday evening gave others hope and encouragement. Eileen McLaughlin of Greenville Road, Meyersdale, told the story of having survived cancer four times. Eileen worked...
Newborns today are more likely to be breast-fed than were babies from generations in the recent past, experts say. But the sight of a mom breast-feeding her hungry baby in a public space — even discreetly — is still unacceptable to some and...
Tags: Illinois, Breastfeeding, Health, DeKalb, Texas
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Run for Women is planning to hold its 19th annual event this Saturday. Despite nearly two decades as a local tradition, each year there’s a big last-minute push to get women and girls to sign up -- especially with this year’s goal...
HealthTrans vaginal ultrasounds are used to detect abnormalities in a woman's sex organs, such as unusual cell growth (read: cancer). Ovarian cancer is quite deadly. It's for this reason that you might be tempted to ask for a routine trans vaginal ultrasound --...
Births A daughter, Caydence Mary-Ann Baker, was born to Ashley Ferris and Clark Raymond D. Baker Jr. of Charlevoix June 26, 2011, at Charlevoix Area Hospital. Caydence weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces at birth. Her siblings are Grace Baker, Liberty Baker,...
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