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Cancer - The Big Boogie-Man

Why? This is the question that should be asked first of anyone who tells you that you have a disease. Why do I have this disease? What caused it?...More...

Chemotherapy

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of chemotherapy including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more....More...

What Food Can I Eat And What Food to Avoid to Beat Cancer?

One of the major problems with our health care system is that doctors know virtually nothing about nutrition and yet nutrition is vitally important for anyone battling cancer. For instance the correct food will fight cancer whereas the wrong food will fuel cancer and our overcooked and over processe...More...

My First Mammography

My First Mammography! It's cold and gray outside, typical February morning. My appointment is not till 2:30....More...

Dietary Risks for Colon Polyps

Colon polyps often do not cause symptoms. They are often discovered when the patient is tested for something different. However, your doctor may want to remove the polyps if they are cancerous or have the potential to turn into cancer. Certain lifestyle habits may put you at risk for developing poly...More...

When Your Pee Tube Refuses To Pucker

A lot of guys opt for surgery when they've been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Eighty-five percent of them will experience uncontrollable peeing (incontinence) and they won't be able to get Mr. Happy to perform (impotence). The peeing problem (doctors call it "stress incontinence&quo...More...

Liquid Nutrition for Cancer Patients

Some cancer patients have difficulty in receiving the appropriate nutrition they need due to various causes. One of these is cachexia, or weight loss due to the abnormal shifting of nourishment to a tumor. Another reason for the depletion of sustenance is that the patient may be unable to ingest and...More...

Advantages Of Digital Photo Printing

While a lot of people have been in a rush to have excited about the 'newest and greatest' thing; is that this device really worth all of the fuss? CMOS represents Complementary Metal Oxide Semi-conductor, it's an alternative towards the CCD.my site - coupons (relevant web page)...More...