Breast Cancer News
Consuming just 1 alcoholic drink a day increases breast cancer risk, report finds
Drinking as few as one alcoholic beverage a day can increase your breast cancer risk, according to a new report released today by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund. The good news is that the report also revealed a way to decrease the risk of breast
Can just a drink a day increase your breast cancer risk?
Dr. Jennifer Ashton appears live on "GMA" to discuss a new study on alcohol consumption and breast cancer risk.
Melania, Ivanka Trump promote women's empowerment abroad
Ivanka Trump attended a roundtable on women and economics in Saudi Arabia while the first lady visited a school and an all-women business center.
Man dead after Las Vegas police officer uses stun gun and chokehold to detain him
To the index of other news tonight a death in police custody under investigation in Las Vegas. Police officer Kenneth accused of using a stun gun seven times to subdue. He's been placed on leave. Police say far mar didn't commit a crime. The amtrak engineer tonight now blamed for a deadly train
Few doctors discuss cancer costs with patients, study finds
A study that taped visits between doctors and cancer patients finds that most doctors did not discuss the cost of care and spent less than two minutes on it when they did
Prince William follows in Princess Diana's footsteps in visit to cancer hospital
Prince William followed in the footsteps of his late mother, Princess Diana , by making a visit today to the Royal Marsden Hospital, Europe’s largest cancer hospital. Diana was president and patron of the hospital until her death in 1997. William, who has since stepped into his mother's role at the
Speaker Ryan urges Georgia Republicans to resist upset bid
Speaker Paul Ryan is in suburban Atlanta to campaign Tuesday for a Republican congressional candidate
AP Explains: How lawmakers get their health care
Members of Congress looking to rewrite former President Barack Obama's health care law have a unique perspective, since many of them are signed up for the health care it created
Rockies' Senzatela gets emotional win year after mom's death
Antonio Senzatela got the victory in an emotional start, helping the Colorado Rockies beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-6
ESPN's Shelley Smith having tests after scare at Warriors
ESPN reporter Shelley Smith says she is doing well and undergoing tests at an East Bay hospital for stroke symptoms after a scare in the Warriors' locker room following Game 1 of the Western Conference finals