A major U.S. agency study found a link between radio frequency emissions from cellphones and cancer.
The Centers for Disease Control found through a study of almost 400,000 Americans that most people engage in two or three healthy behaviors but only a handful did all five.
New research shows that being overweight can help patients survive certain cancers.
It’s pretty well known that exercise is good for you. But a new study shows that it may even lower your risk for many types of cancer.
Cancer might not grab headlines like an ISIS attack, but it remains a legitimate epidemic for both the nation and the world.
Every 59 minutes, another American dies from melanoma, a type of skin cancer that can spread throughout the body.
A 9-year-old girl who spent months away from school while battling cancer received a welcome back like none other when more than 80 of her classmates, teachers and friends’ parents shaved their heads in a show of support.
A Missouri teen has made a 13-year-old boy’s dream come true by giving him tickets to the the Kansas City Royals’ opening day baseball game.
A beloved Ohio police dog is fighting for his life after being diagnosed with B-cell lymphoma.
The new donations will be used mainly to fund research, with a focus on melanoma, colon, pancreatic, urologic, lung, breast and ovarian cancers.
He waged a very personal war on cancer and won — and now a 12-year-old middle schooler from Bethesda is taking his fight nationwide.
A Tennessee teenager got a very special graduation day this week, months after being diagnosed with cancer for a third time.
The owner of 29 Diner in Fairfax, Virginia, cooked for 29 straight hours in an effort to raise money for families of children with cancer.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has had follow-up chemotherapy treatment.
Your food choices can either increase or decrease your risk of cancer in a big way. Here are 15 foods that will help you.