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US cancer deaths are decreasing, study finds
More people are surviving the most common forms of cancer as cancer deaths continue to trend downward for both men and women in the U.S., according to a new study published today by the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. From 2010 to 2014, overall cancer deaths in men decreased by 1.8
Israel: Gaza sisters smuggled explosives on way to hospital
Israeli authorities say 2 Palestinian sisters from Gaza were caught trying to smuggle explosives hidden in containers labeled as medicine into Israel
Can birth control pills protect women from cancer?
Dr. Jen Ashton appears live on "GMA" to discuss a study on the connection between contraceptives and protecting women from certain types of cancer.
Colorectal cancer rates up sharply in younger adults
The alarming health headline tonight the American Cancer Society revealing one type of cancer Sorin for millenniums. The study showed people born in 1990 and later at double the risk of colorectal cancer. Compared to their parents save me researchers say the respect young were adults with
Colorectal cancer rates increasing sharply among younger adults, study finds
Colorectal cancer rates have been rising sharply in younger adults even as the rate for the population as a whole has dropped, according to a study published today in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. While rates of colon cancer dropped for people 55 and older from the mid-1980's to
Politics takes center stage at the Oscars
Host Jimmy Kimmel tweeted at President Trump, and the Iranian director of "The Salesman," Asghar Farhadi, had an acceptance speech read in his absence in protest of Trump's executive order on immigration.
Potential Health Benefits of Turmeric
Health advocates weigh in on reported anti-inflammation benefits of turmeric and ways to use the spice in your diet.
Facebook Post Helps Toddler Get Kidney From Parents' HS Classmate
Miles Wagner, 2, underwent a successful kidney transplant after his parents put up a Facebook post asking people to volunteer to be a donor.
Facebook Post Helps Toddler Get Kidney From Parents' Former High School Classmate
A simple Facebook post helped change the life of an Illinois toddler today after it connected him to a woman willing to be a living kidney donor. Miles Wagner, 2, underwent a successful kidney transplant today after his parents put up a Facebook post asking people to volunteer to be a donor.