IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today you’ll discover that the DNA in your colon is intricately related to your health and the development of cancer in your body. The research from Duke University may also be used to help combat colon cancer that has already developed.
IN MAKING CHANGES today you’ll find strategies to reduce the inflammatory response in your gut, improve the health of your intestines and reduce the potential you’ll suffer from colon cancer.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover how many people enjoy a good snowball fight and where they did it.Read more
IN YOUR DAILY DOSE today is news about a new assessment tool your physician may soon be using to determine if you are a candidate for a colonoscopy or should be using other less invasive testing methods. Colorectal cancer is third most common form of cancer diagnosed each year.
IN MAKING CHANGES today are changes you can make to your daily routine that will reduce the potential you will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
IN FACT OR FICTION you’ll discover some very incredible facts about your heart. It is truly a phenomenal pump, working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Read more
In The News
Thanks to screening tests like the colonoscopy, most colon cancers are detected in the early stages. However, the colonoscopy involves snaking a camera through the intestines to identify polyps and remove them before they become cancerous. The new blood test requires additional testing to demonstrate the effectiveness of the test.
Because the colonoscopy can be expensive, is invasive and usually unpleasant, researchers have been trying to look for less invasive methods that would encourage more people to be tested for colon cancer.Read more