Skin Cancer News
Hugh Jackman talks struggle with skin cancer , urges people to use sunscreen
Hugh Jackman addressed his latest encounter with skin cancer during an appearance on "Live with Kelly." The actor, who has had several scares in the past, said he's now "almost completely healed." "It's a basal cell carcinoma," Jackman, who was wearing a small bandage on his nose, told Ripa
Hugh Jackman dishes on beating skin cancer and his upcoming film 'Logan'
The actor discusses the upcoming "Logan" movie and opens up about beating skin cancer for the sixth time.
Doctor Accused of Falsely Diagnosing Patients With Skin Cancer Gets to Keep His License
Dr. Gary Marder has agreed to pay up to an $18 million fine, but admits to no wrong doing.
Former Buffalo Bills Quarterback Jim Kelly Talks His Campaign Against Cancer and the Super Bowl
ESPN's Steveland Wilson interviews former Buffalo Bills quarterback, Jim Kelly about his new campaign against cancer.
Trump on Alleged Hacking: 'I Know Things'
Despite what 17 intelligence agencies are saying, Donald Trump is still not convinced of Russia's alleged U.S. election hacking.
Heroin Overdoses Killed More People in US Than HIV, Melanoma or Firearms in 2015
The opioid epidemic continues to worsen in the U.S., with more people dying from heroin overdoses than firearm homicides, melanoma or HIV-related causes, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2015 at least 13,150 people died of heroin overdose, according to
This bull-riding, race car-driving Cheyenne grandma wants to be a heavyweight boxing champ
On a late August afternoon in the Crown Heights district of Oklahoma City, Carol "The Cheyenne Storm" Limpy, 49, rushed into the Western Avenue Boxing Gym to sneak in some punching bag time. It was just shy of 5 o'clock, and the grandmother of two was coming from nearby Concho, where she works as a
Federal Health Officials ID 7 New Carcinogens Including Virus That Causes 'Mono' and HIV
Federal health officials have identified seven new substances, including five viruses, as known carcinogens in a new report. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services regularly releases a list of carcinogens in an effort to help reduce cancer cases. Currently, the HHS has listed 248 known
Meet the Heroic Dogs Working to Save Lives
Hey what's up everybody on an Abbas here in New York that check this out are right. For over a hundred years American humane has worked to promote the welfare and safety animals across the country but today. We are going to meet them animals were actually working to help keep. Human beings safe
Meet 'John D' the Search and Rescue Dog
John D was rescued from a shelter before he used his nose to find survivors of disaster.