Shedding Light on Popular Sunscreens
Some popular sunscreen brands may not adhere to sun safety guidelines laid out by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), a new study found.
Sunscreen and Sun Safety
Before you hit the beach or the lake this summer, follow these easy tips to keep you and your family sun-safe.
The Key to Cancer-Free
There's no sure way to prevent cancer, but practicing a healthy lifestyle can help a lot, a new study found.
Alternative Treatments, Chemo Use May Be Linked
Alternative treatments can be great for women with breast cancer, but they might get in the way of chemotherapy use, a new study found.
The Future of Medicine
Medication isn't always one size fits all. But pharmacogenomics is now allowing a more personalized approach.
Fast Food May Mean More Phthalates
Fast food may expose diners to potentially harmful chemicals called phthalates, a new study found.
What's Behind the USPSTF's Aspirin Guidance
The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) just released new guidance on daily aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) and colorectal cancer. But what was behind that recommendation?
Is a PET Scan the Right Option for You?
For cancer survivors, vigilance is a key part of remaining cancer free. But new evidence suggests one cancer detection tool is being overused — and that isn’t helping anyone.
What Would You Risk for a Tan?
Many young women use tanning beds before swimsuit season begins to get some extra color. But these women may want to opt for a safer method.
Bringing Cancer Into the Light
Detecting cancer in surgery may have just gotten a whole lot easier.