Colon and rectal cancers have increased dramatically and steadily in millennials and Generation X adults in the United States over the past four decades, a study confirmed Tuesday. While scientists have not pinpointed an exact cause, prime suspects include obesity, inactivity and poor diets.
Any decision where an insurance company decides to cover preventative care, especially for cancer, deserves both kudos and some applause. It has been announced that both Health Care Services (HCSC) and Florida Blue.
Yes, the answer is yes. How, glad you asked. Brushing your teeth regularly (like every day – twice a day, which you kinda should do anyway) you can help prevent colorectal cancer according to a British study.
Scientists in Denmark have discovered a Micro-RNA that can foresee the effect Oxalipatin will have on a patient wit Colorectal Cancer.