Decades into the declared modern war on cancer, scientists and clinicians are excited by what we are learning. Yet patients and families are too often frustrated by the lack of progress in prevention and treatment. To understand this seeming paradox,...
This information represents the views of the doctors and nurses serving on the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Information Database Editorial Board. These views are based on their interpretation of studies published in medical journals, as well as their own...
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Author:Ketan K. Badani, MD Professor of Urology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Vice Chairman, Urology and Robotic Operations Director, Comprehensive Kidney Cancer Program The Mount Sinai Health System What Everyone Should Know About Kidney Cancer Kidney cancer is one of the top 10...
Shield HealthCare 2013 “What Makes Caregiving Rewarding?” Story Contest | Runner-up Spotlight Congratulations to Tamara E. for her winning caregiving story! Read Tamara’s story about how she found her calling through her daughter with cerebral palsy. Tamara E.’s Story: “Caregiving as a career was...
A sign is something that can be observed and recognized by a doctor or healthcare professional (for example, a rash). A symptom is something that only the person experiencing it can feel and know (for example, pain or tiredness)....
by Emma Sturgis Epilepsy is an often-mentioned, though frequently misunderstood, condition covering many types of seizure-based ailments. The following are five things you need to know about epilepsy, especially if you have a loved one or acquaintance who has been...
1. Persistent sad, anxious, or "empty" feelings This symptom looks like a low mood but persists even after time goes by and the cause of the bad mood has cleared up or receded. 2. Feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness, or helplessness In an...
Meghan is a regular contributor for the blog. She loves writing articles on parenting, kids & teens. Adolescence can be a very turbulent and difficult time, even for the well-adjusted teen. Depression strikes teenagers and adults alike, and can have...
What not to say by Anne Harding Living with an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, is a challenge. People with these serious conditions can lose weight during a flare-up and gain it all back—and then some—if...
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