At Spotting Cancer, we are grateful for the support that organizations like Google and Microsoft have given us.
Studies report that over 85% of American adults have looked online for health-related information.
Cancer is not preventable at this time. It is curable! The best opportunity to being cured is to find it early and get it treated timely. So, what can you do to increase the probability of early detection.
Just like you would prepare an emergency plan and contacts for your family, you should chart out your biological family’s cancer history.
According to the American Cancer Society, 1 out of 8 women will have breast cancer in the United States. The male probability is 1 in 833. The good news 99% of breast cancer patients can survive over 5 years if the disease has not spread.
You’ve heard it before, exercising is good for you. It’s a proven fact that exercising for at least 20 minutes a day can benefit your overall health and prevent some diseases–possibly even cancer.
You probably have your mother’s eyes or your dad’s nose, or even your aunt’s smile. Maybe both you and your cousin’s pinky toe is slightly bigger than the one next to it.
Car accidents and cancer don’t go together like peanut butter and jelly, but they do have some common denominators.
Do you get dizzy and see dollar signs whenever you think of scheduling a doctor’s appointment? Visits to the doctor can be expensive, especially when it comes to medical testing.