September 5, 2019
Pelvic Floor Disorders In Women: Physical Therapy Can Help
It can be tough to admit you have a bladder or bowel control problem. And because it’s not a subject most people like to talk about, you may not realize how common pelvic flood disorders (PFDs), such as incontinence, are. According to the American... read more
August 29, 2019
Healthy Habits to Reduce Your Cancer Risk
Almost half of all cancer cases can be prevented. Research over the last 50 years has led us to several different “modifiable” risk factors for cancer, meaning there are steps every one of us can take to decrease our risk for cancer. Many of these healthy... read more
August 20, 2019
What Every Man Should Know about Prostate Cancer
After receiving a diagnosis of prostate cancer, it’s natural that your first instinct would be to begin treatment immediately. The idea of cancer growing in your body is, understandably, upsetting for many patients. But, prostate cancer treatments like... read more
August 6, 2019
Hereditary vs. Genetic Cancers: What’s the Difference?
When it comes to cancer, the term genetic is often used interchangeably with hereditary. But genetic and hereditary cancers aren’t always the same thing, and the difference could play an important role in how a cancer is treated. Understanding mutations... read more
August 6, 2019
5 Things to Know About Postmenopausal Bleeding
Spotting or light bleeding after menopause might not seem like a serious problem, but you should never ignore it or wait to bring it up with your doctor. After a woman’s periods have stopped, vaginal bleeding could be a sign of a health issue—including... read more
August 5, 2019
Living with Cancer as a Chronic Illness
Most people think of cancer as a disease that’s either curable or terminal. But there’s also a middle ground: chronic cancer. And it can sometimes be emotionally difficult to deal with. Chronic cancers are those that can be watched and closely treated—but... read more