FDA testing has revealed that U.S. honey is contaminated with the herbicide glyphosate, including a very popular brand marketed as 100 percent all-natural.
Scientists have discovered something about cancer that could make the disease detectable up to 10 years before it becomes extra problematic.
An encouraging new study shows that umbilical-cord blood transplants are more successful than bone marrow or traditional blood cell transplants.
The U.K. government announced on September 3 that it would require cosmetics companies to phase out microplastics in their products by the end of 2017.
A new study has identified two genes that make women with breast cancer more susceptible to die from the devastating disease.
the National Health Service has gone on to debunk that claim that those with cancer are not able to donate organs.
Florida officials are spraying a pesticide called naled which kills Zika-carrying mosquitoes, but is associated with serious health risks.
Wendy’s announced earlier this month that it would phase out the use of antibiotics important to human health in its chickens by 2017.
A Virginia man has been arrested for selling a bogus cancer cure and pretending to be a legitimate medical professional.
Scientists have recently discovered a 1+ million-year-old fossilized human foot with osteosarcoma, an aggressive form of bone cancer.
Ten-year-old cancer survivor Carter Beckhard-Suozzi’s dream was fulfilled when former president came to pay the boy a visit.
A cancer therapy trial involving genetically engineered immune cells and a chemotherapy drug was halted after 3 patients died from brain swelling.
Three-year-old Ben Austin is battling cancer, and loves superheros. So his cousin had people send sketches of superheroes to help him through the hard times.
New drug trials have shown that new drugs may work to give women with advanced breast cancer a chance at survival and a life after treatment.
Simon Cowell has donated £25,000 ($33,100 USD) to little Kian Musgrove to help him receive specialist cancer treatment in the United States.
While some kids play video games in their spare time, 11-year-old Garrett Lowry has a unique after-school activity: he knits hats for kids with cancer.
Harvard researchers analyzed 12 studies and found that consuming ample amounts of whole grains can help people live longer.