Skin Cancer News
Spouses can boost early detection for melanoma patients
Married patients with melanoma are slightly more likely to be diagnosed in earlier more treatable stages than unmarried patients
Jim Kelly progressing 'remarkably well' after cancer surgery
Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is progressing "remarkably well" two weeks since having surgery to have cancer removed from his jaw, and is expected to be released from the hospital soon, says the doctor who oversaw the lengthy operation
Kenny Rogers cancels farewell tour due to 'health challenges,' rep says
Country music legend Kenny Rogers has canceled the rest of his farewell tour for health reasons. "Kenny Rogers has been working through a series of health challenges," his rep told ABC News in a statement. "His doctors fully expect the outcome to be great, but they have advised him to cancel all
DIY treatments to spring-clean your skin
Dermatologist Dr. Doris Day shares tips on how to give your complexion a boost this spring and shares secrets from her new book, "Beyond Beautiful."
Reporter's Notebook: On National Doctors' Day, a look at the new Hippocratic oath
This spring, nearly 20,000 medical students will graduate from medical schools across the country and will likely be asked to raise their hands for a new kind of Hippocratic Oath, one that now emphasizes a patient’s right to choose their own destiny. The Hippocratic oath is a 2,500-year-old pledge
What to know about California's Prop. 65
A California judge this week ruled in favor of the Council for Education and Research on Toxics, which charged that coffee sellers like Starbucks did not disclose that acrylamide, a possible carcinogen, can be found in coffee. According to court documents, Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle said that
Coffee must have cancer warnings, California judge rules
A California judge ruled that coffee companies are required by law to carry a cancer warning label due to a chemical compound that develops when the beans are roasted at high temperatures. According to court documents, Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle said that coffee companies failed to show that
Coffee companies must add cancer warnings in California
A judge ruled that the warnings were necessary because of a chemical produced during roasting.
'Interstitium' acts as shock absorber for vital tissues and could improve understanding of cancer spread
Did scientists discover a new organ? The short answer is no, the interstitium is not an "undiscovered organ," but scientists are now reporting important and previously unrecognized roles for a network of connective tissue and fluid known as the interstitium. This “interstitial lining” has been
Hillsong Church senior pastor Brian Houston talks new book 'There Is More'
Everybody this is Byron Pitts and co anchor of ABC news Nightline. And today we're having a conversation with Brian Houston he is the senior global paster of hill song church. Best selling author who has this new newest book out it came out on Tuesday of this week. There is more. Welcome thank you