Less invasive than the traditional method, the screening procedure still has pros and cons.
Screening guidelines have changed, and timing can make all the difference in detecting cancer.
The position started as a response to health inequities and continues to be important today.
Getting tested five years earlier could make a difference in detection, treatment and survival.
Don't put it off any longer. It's time for a complete physical and other tests.
When treatment for MS leads to cancer, the compounding effect can seem insurmountable.
Unfortunately, the early symptoms of this dangerous disease are minor and easy to overlook.
This isn't just your grandfather's disease—prevention can begin no matter how young you are.
Staying informed about HPV can reduce your risk for cancer, including cervical cancer.
Stigma is the main killjoy holding back anyone with a stoma from enjoying time in the bedroom.
An estimated 100,000 people in the U.S. get this lifesaving procedure each year.
Millions of Americans suffer from this form of inflammatory bowel disease. Know the signs.
Ostomy surgery can save your life—but will change it, too. Learn how to stay sexually active.
When it comes to colorectal cancer, separating fact from fiction could save your life.
More patients are surviving rectal cancer and getting back to a better quality of life, and sex.
Cancer treatment can affect a person’s sex organs, libido, well-being and overall self-esteem.