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Colorectal Cancer Month: Disease appearing in younger Americans

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, highlighting the third most common form of cancer and the second most lethal form in the world.

Black, Male, Blood type A: New review identifies risk factors for Pancreatic Cancer

Smoking, gender, ethnicity, and even gum disease and blood type can be risk factors of pancreatic cancer, reveals new insights

Lawsuit Goes to Court Alleging Cell Phones Cause Brain Tumors

Evidentiary hearings are underway in a Washington, D.C., courtroom this week, to decide if a massive lawsuit against the cellphone industry will be allowed to go to trial.

Survey: Women Need More Health Info, Support from Doctors

It's National Women's Health Week, and a new survey finds many women feel they're in the dark about basic health-risk factors, despite heightened concerns about wellness during the pandemic.

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Capturing Brilliance: The Unmatched Value of Professional Photography

This guide delves into why choosing a professional photographer for those vital images is a decision that adds incomparable value.
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Congress needs to act quickly, wisely on Medicare teleheath provisions

Telehealth has been key to health care in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but some of the flexibilities for this type of care for Medicare patients could expire soon.

Best Apps and Games for your New Mobile Phone

We can install any app from the google play store very quickly. Let’s take a look at some most amazing apps for android mobile phones.

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Best Apps and Games for your New Mobile Phone

We can install any app from the google play store very quickly. Let’s take a look at some most amazing apps for android mobile phones.

Florida aims to build a comprehensive crisis response system

Florida is getting attention for its efforts to create a comprehensive crisis response system for mental health needs.