As one of the top cancer killers, colon cancer does not have to take as many lives as it does. When detected early, the condition is 90% treatable, but only regular screening will typically detect it because few symptoms may occur in the early stages.
Archive for November, 2009
While many of us are trying to save cash in these trying economic times, the ever increasing risks of counterfeit drug products originating in countries like India and China means that it is important to remember that you get what you pay for and a cheap drug may be too cheap.
While much has been written about the Baby Boomers and the stresses that their sheer numbers will place on the medical system, the Baby Boomers may well feel stress on their quality of life if they do not take steps to plan their lives during their golden years.
While sufferers of Rheumatoid Arthritis must face and move past the pain barrier in order to exercise, an increasing number of studies are finding that the benefits of exercise are in fact of significant importance to those with the condition.
Though 1 in 10 people suffer with depression, only half of those with the condition seek medical assistance. This is unfortunate because while some causes of depression are difficult to understand, there are a number of causes with an easily identifiable source.
When most of us think of cancer survivors, we think of people having vanquished an evil foe who are undoubtedly eager to get on with their lives. Unfortunately, in some cases, the very treatment that has saved the lives of these people is what can keep them from living life.