Another Easter egg hunt took place across from the White House in hopes of attracting attention and raising awareness about childhood cancer.
A new study published in Thursday\’s Journal of
the National Cancer Institute finds
cancer survivors who ate even one serving of a
high-fat dairy product a day were
at a 49 percent higher risk of dying from breast
cancer compared with those who
eat little or no high-fat dairy.
Hope Connections in Bethesda helps cancer patients
learn to cook healthful meals.
Toby Spence, a 43-year-old lyric tenor from England, had built a life around his voice. When he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer last year and had to undergo surgery near his vocal chords, he feared he would never sing again.
It can be tough to find the perfect present, and
even more so when the recipient is dealing with a
serious illness. Here are some gift ideas for
At the 9th Annual Living in Pink Luncheon and
Boutique, Michelle Conley announced that she
recently received a pink slip – from her doctor.
Several council members in Montgomery County are
proposing a ban on all property owned or leased by
The Susan G. Komen 3-Day kicked off in D.C.
Thousands are walking and talking about cancer.
Two thousand people lit up Rockville Town Square
Saturday night to raise money for those fighting
Danielle Cook Navidi wanted to help her son as he
battled cancer. Now, she\’s helping others with
their nutritional needs.
Vienna dentist Alex Naini says patients have a
right to be concerned about any type of
exposure, but she says it is important to
all the facts when looking at the latest study
from the Yale School of Public Health.
Levon Helm, a former member of The Band, is in the final stages of his long battle with cancer.
The Washington area\’s own superhero arrived with gifts in his Lamborghini for the hospital\’s youngest patients.
Colon cancer generally has no symptoms, and kills nearly 50,000 people year. If you\’re over 50, it\’s time to get screened.
The big screen television has been delivered, the wings and pizza have been ordered and the kids at Georgetown University Hospital are \”so, so excited\” to watch the big game.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.