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Daily PressHolly Hicks, a registered dietitian with Riverside Wellness and Fitness Center in Denbigh, offered these tips for a healthy diet in 2011. 1. Eat your beans. No, not green beans. Pinto, black, garbanzo and navy beans. They're "powerful foods," Hicks says,...
A single sigmoidoscopy between ages 55 and 64 can reduce deaths from colorectal cancer by at least 43%, British researchers reported Tuesday. The results from the first large randomized trial of sigmoidoscopy show that it is a more effective tool than...
Daily American Staff WriterLocal surgeons are cautiously optimistic about a new study that finds that many women with early stage breast cancer do not need a procedure that has long been routine: Removal of all cancerous lymph nodes from the armpit. “This is a major change,&...
Tags: Biopsy, Medical Research, Human Body, Cancer, Lymphatic System
L.A. UnleashedHANOI, Vietnam — Veterinarians examined a rare giant turtle considered sacred by many Vietnamese at a makeshift hospital in Hanoi on Monday to check mysterious lesions afflicting one of the last four known members of its species. The giant soft-...
Five years ago, when he was diagnosed with cancer, Kevin Brick gratefully accepted a doctor's offer to wait and see what happened to the tiny tumor in his prostate gland. So far, there is no evidence the cancer is growing or becoming more aggressive....
WGN NewsBig news today on the lung cancer front -- a way to detect the disease earlier and possibly save lives. But in finding cancer, are doctors also finding too many benign lesions? Some perspective on a groundbreaking study. 53,000 people were enrolled....
Tags: Medical Research, Death, Cancer, Human Body, Internists
A Johnstown group has taken their love of roller hockey and developed a fundraiser that will help out the Make-a-Wish Foundation. The first Five Goal Iron Man Adult Roller Hockey Tournament is set for June 5 and is sponsored by the Westmont Hilltop...
The 33 NewsHenda Salmeron has a keen interest in breast cancer--that's because a year ago this month she was given the worst news of her life. "I was diagnosed with a four centimeter tumor that went undetected through mammography," Salmeron said. "They anticipate...
Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, who won a World Series with the New York Mets, has been diagnosed with brain tumors. "Earlier today, I learned that four very small tumors have been found on my brain, following an MRI on Friday at a West Palm Beach...
Tags: New York Mets, Brain, San Francisco Giants, Baseball, Sports
Windber Research Institute will mark Black History month by hosting a program to educate black women on health issues. “Celebration of the African American Woman” will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Feb. 10 at WRI, 620 Seventh St., Windber....
Steve Silverman earlier this week sat at the front of his fourth-grade classroom during a reading exercise, pulled out a crumpled ball of paper and lobbed it at a student. With their hands stretched skyward, the George Washington Elementary students...
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