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 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
July 17, 2019
Lymph Nodes and Cancer—Common Questions Answered
What are lymph nodes—and what is their role in the spread of cancer? Knowing how the two are connected can help patients and their loved ones understand more about their diagnosis and treatment options. Here, Jeffrey Farma, MD, FACS, a surgical oncologist... read more
June 25, 2019
5 Summer Safety Tips for Cancer Patients and Survivors
Summer can pose unique health challenges for those dealing with cancer. Whether you’re a long-term survivor or are still undergoing treatment, here’s how to stay healthy and safe while enjoying the season. 1. Fend off food poisoning. Cancer therapies can... read more
June 6, 2019
What is Benign Breast Disease?
Cancer may be the first thing that comes to mind if you notice a lump or change in one of your breasts. But before getting overly concerned, here’s something to keep in mind: Most breast changes are considered benign (noncancerous), they usually don’t put... read more