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Reduce Your Risk Before Stomach Cancer Symptoms Develop

Reduce Your Risk Before Stomach Cancer Symptoms Develop

Many years ago, stomach cancer was among the most lethal forms of cancer in the United States. Today, though, the disease is less common in the U.S., although it remains a leading cause of cancer death in less developed parts of the world.

Stomach cancer often begins as precancerous changes in

Healthy Comfort Food: Make These Root Vegetables Part of the Mix

Healthy Comfort Food: Make These Root Vegetables Part of the Mix

When we think of winter eating, we often think of warm roasts, stews, and other satisfying comfort foods. And what ingredients do many of these dishes share? Root vegetables. Readily available all winter, they are often staples of hearty winter cooking. They also happen to be jam-packed with healthy nutrients

Lifestyle Choices Can Help Prevent Cancer

The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be nearly 1.7 million new cases of cancer diagnosed in the U.S. in 2016, and that about 596,000 people will die from the disease. Eating a poor diet, physical inactivity, excess alcohol consumption, and being overweight are thought to account for more

Change Your Lifestyle Before You Develop Stomach Cancer Symptoms

Change Your Lifestyle Before You Develop Stomach Cancer Symptoms

By the time you develop stomach cancer symptoms, the disease may be advanced. As a result, only about one out of five stomach cancers is diagnosed in an early, more treatable stage, the American Cancer Society estimates.

Given a person’s poor prognosis once stomach cancer symptoms occur, it’s vital to recognize

Fight Cancer with 5 Smart Food Choices

According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the leading cause of death worldwide. Lifestyle choices are directly linked to one-third of all cancers: excess weight, low intake of fruits and vegetables, lack of physical activity, and tobacco and alcohol use.
“Reducing your intake of certain food groups while increasing your

Pickle Your Produce—for Your Health, and Taste

Pickling is more popular than ever, and for good reason—this traditional food preservation method is a fun way to extend the harvest and promote good health. Pickling has a long history in many cuisines, and with time and attention you can create a safe product that’s healthier and more delicious

Post-Op Complications After Cancer Surgery

According to a recent study (Journal of Clinical Oncology, Feb. 16), seniors who undergo cancer surgery are more likely than younger adults to experience post-operative complications like bed sores and delirium, as well as injuries and health issues such as fractures, weight loss, and dehydration after they have cancer surgery.

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