When young brothers Mason and Mylan Brazel visited their father’s grave to see his headstone for the very first time at Arlington National Cemetery on Nov. 20, they curled up to take a nap with him. “We brought a blanket. Mylan said he felt like he could feel his daddy, and he wanted to take a nap
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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
Tommy Chong revealed earlier this week that he's battling rectal cancer . In an interview with ABC News, he jokingly called the diagnosis "a pain in the butt" and that he's keeping a positive attitude. "I know that life doesn't end just because the body gets put in the ground," he said. "The soul
The “Cheech and Chong” actor and “Dancing With the Stars” alum has also previously battled prostate cancer.
"Cheech & Chong" star Tommy Chong has revealed he is battling rectal cancer . "I've had some medical issues lately," Chong, 77, told Us Weekly on Tuesday. "I got diagnosed with rectal cancer." "I'm in treatment now," he added. "Either I get healed or I don't. But either way, I’m going to make sure
Colorectal cancer — cancer of the colon or rectum — is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, according to the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention. Yet it’s one of the most treatable cancers there is, even in its later...
As Randi Eisenshtat smiled and posed for a photo at the, er, exit of a giant inflatable colon in Times Square on Friday, she turned to her brother and chastised him, giggling. "It's not funny!" Eisenshtat, 26, shouted over her shoulder. "My brother was making farting noises. He's very mature." It's