It is really important for women to know about all symptoms and signs related to cancer. Gynecologic cancer is really dreadful and it becomes necessary for every woman to know about its symptoms. If the symptoms are overlooked, then things go wrong and can be deadly. Therefore, it becomes important for you to do medical tests, if there are some abnormal issues. This will always keep you in the safe
Do you love to eat at the fast food restaurant? It is not good for your health. Maybe after you read this infographic you will think again to visit fast food… Source :- FB Health Tips I dunno if this info is really true or not. Just get advice from expertise.
There are many different types of cancer lay with almost the same symptoms. Certain cancer do not show any symptoms until the advanced stages. This is why people are encouraged to seek doctor for screening and risk assessment for early detection and cancer prevention. On several occasions, cancer symptoms are attributed to other diseases, for example, stomach pain is associated with gas or digestive problem. 1) Unexplained weight loss.
I think most of us have heard about male breast cancer. Maybe it is not really popular for male than women breast cancer but it still a disease that could kill. There’s a research from American Cancer Society that male breast cancer is 100 times less common than female breast cancer. The prognosis is similar to that for women. In the new study, researched examined the DNA of 823 men
I’ve wrote about WTC Health Program for cancer victims. The program is good for those involved work at the World Trade Center site following the tragedy. Sadly, the news is too late for Jevon Thomas. He passed away in April after a rare cancer. He died when he just 45 years old. Thomas has been working on ‘the pile’, breathing in fumes from burning jet fuel and asbestos. He was
Incidence of cancer is expected to increase 75 % by 2030 worldwide. It is increase of more than 90 % in the poorest nations. Rates of certain types of cancer appear to be declining in some developing countries but there reductions are likely to be offset by substantial increases in the types of cancer associated including prostate, breast and colorectal cancer. This report publishe on 31 May in The Lancet