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Breast Cancer: Simple Steps May Reduce Your Risk

Breast Cancer: Simple Steps May Reduce Your Risk

Breast cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among women. While treatments have improved significantly, prevention is always preferred. UR Medicine cancer specialist Dr. Alissa Huston shares some lifestyle changes that may help reduce your risk of developing breast cancer.
 
A Fresh Take on Leafy Greens

A Fresh Take on Leafy Greens

Does your family flee when leafy greens crop up at the table? Registered dietitian Sue Czap of UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute offers advice on which greens to choose and shares some tasty ways to work them into meals.

Keeping it Clean: Tips for Prepping Your Produce

Keeping it Clean: Tips for Prepping Your Produce

Fruits and veggies come packed with nutrients that help keep our bodies strong and healthy. But do you know the best way to wash that produce? Wilmot Cancer Institute registered dietitians Sue Czap and Melissa Zahn share a few tips to help you keep your food prep clean.

Prostate Cancer Screening: Top 5 Things to Know

Prostate Cancer Screening: Top 5 Things to Know

Recent guidelines suggest that men ages 55 to 69 talk with their doctor about prostate cancer screening and their personal risk factors. Highland Hospital's Chief of Radiation Oncology Dr. Hong Zhang explains the guidelines and shares the top five things men need to know about screening.

HPV Vaccine Now May Be a Life-Saver Later

HPV Vaccine Now May Be a Life-Saver Later

Since the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was introduced in 2006, studies have shown a decrease in HPV infections among teenage girls. However, some parents are still reluctant to have their teens vaccinated. UR Medicine specialist Dr. Brent DuBeshter sheds light on the importance of the vaccine.