Babies Born From Frozen Embryos May Be At Higher Risk Of Childhood CancerChildren conceived through IVF using frozen embryos may be at higher risk of developing cancer, according to new research.
Study Shows Even Light Drinking Can Increase Cancer RiskResearchers found drinking as little as one drink a day for 10 years was associated would increase overall cancer risk by five percent.
After Terminal Cancer Diagnosis, Lunenburg Couple Gets Help Planning Dream WeddingPhilip Dwyer and Katerina Mesa were cancer patients at the Jimmy Fund Clinic. They became best friends, and then more.
Brave, Strong & Happy: Holliston Boy Shows Everyone Around Him How To Deal With DiagnosisThree year-old Declan Vail has an inoperable tumor and an unstoppable spirit. He is lifting up his parents and everyone who is supporting him, from PMC riders to police.
Study Links A Small Glass Of Juice Or Soda A Day To Increased Cancer RiskThere's more bad news for fans of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice.
Attleboro Teen Fights Two Cancers - At The Same TimeAn Attleboro teen is battling two forms of cancer at the same time, so the community turned out to hopefully find her a bone marrow match.
Do Some Animals Have The DNA To Prevent Cancer?Being overweight increases your risk of cancer, but it turns out this is not always the case in the rest of the animal kingdom.
Study: Eating Just 1 Slice Of Bacon A Day Linked To Higher Risk Of Colorectal CancerEating even a moderate amount of red or processed meat is linked with an increased risk of colorectal cancer.
New Study Says A Bottle Of Wine Carries Same Cancer Risk As Half A Pack Of CigarettesA new study says drinking a bottle of wine a week may raise the risk of cancer as much as smoking a half a pack of cigarettes.
Light Physical Activity Can Help You Live LongerA new study from the American Cancer Society finds that even light physical activity can help you live longer than just sitting around.
Millennials Getting More Obesity-Related Cancers, Study FindsCancers fueled by obesity are on the rise among young adults in the United States and appearing at increasingly younger ages.