There’s an ongoing debate on whether gadgets such as cell phones are safe. Screen time for children is believed to affect their mental wellness and learning abilities. On the other hand, the radiation exposure to adults has been linked to illnesses such as cancer. Whether one agrees with these ongoing claims or not, the fact […]
A colonoscopy is a medical procedure designed to find abnormalities in the colon or large intestine of a patient. The procedure itself involves a narrow, flexible tube with an attached camera being lowered into your bowels, and is primarily used to test for colorectal cancer. Although understanding what the procedure is designed to do is […]
Cancer is the term for a collection of similar syndromes due to which, cells in the body lose their balance. The cells keep dividing and breaking continuously and spread into surrounding tissues.
Developing cancer is a very serious, and sometimes terminal, medical diagnosis for anyone. But that already bad news may have just gotten a little worse with new research out of South Korea. It turns out, patients who have cancer are about a third more likely than non-cancer patients to develop diabetes. The South Korean study […]
Lately skin cancer has been on the rise. Even with all the SPF that people are putting on, there is still a large risk. First thing’s first, it’s important to know the 3 most common types of skin cancer, also known as The Big Three. They are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. […]