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To Ice or Not to Ice?

Love it or hate it, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has had a big impact not only on the ALS community and the research that is being done to help alleviate and eventually eradicate the disease, but also on how … Continue reading

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August Is Cataract Awareness Month

Cataracts effect roughly 50% of Americans who are at or older than 80 years old. One in two! Facts like that are equal parts startling and even a little bit comforting to know. Startling because that implies that roughly 150 … Continue reading

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Understanding Cataracts

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Summertime… and the living (can be) easy

A diagnosis of cancer is devastating. It’s also most of the time a complete surprise. Cancer runs in most families, in some form or another, so the possibility is there for most of us at some point in our lives, … Continue reading

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4 Perfect Pins for Men’s Health Week

Men’s Health Week is June 9-15, 2014 and it’s the perfect time to think about what you (or the man in your life) is doing to keep healthy. It’s also a good time to show off your support of men’s … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Show Support when a Loved One Has Brain Cancer

Cancer is one of the world’s most powerful, deadly diseases. Of course, you hope a loved one is never diagnosed with any form of cancer; however, with over 12 million Americans living with some form of the disease, the chances … Continue reading

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Infographic: Make Skin Cancer Awareness Month Meaningful

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Autism Awareness Infographic

April is upon us, and that means Autism Awareness. Studies released just last week have indicated that children effected with autism has gone up from 1 in 88 to 1 in 68. This is an alarming jump that needs to … Continue reading

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National Nutrition Month: Feed Your Body the Right Nutrients to Prevent & Fight Against Cancer

Throughout the year, there are various campaigns and events held in an effort to bring about awareness and promote change. Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? Created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, National Nutrition Month … Continue reading

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Now it’s Personal

World Cancer Day was just a couple of days ago. I write, tweet, and post about it every year, and every year it is something I take seriously, because, and excuse the pun, but cancer is dead serious. But this … Continue reading

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