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Can Allergies Cause Cancer?

If you have allergies, you may need to worry about more than just sniffles and sneezes. A new study indicates allergy sufferers may have a higher risk of developing cancer.

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New Study Suggests Aspirin May Reduce Risk of Skin Cancer [VIDEO]

Those obsessed with tanning, like Patricia Krentcil and the cast of ‘Jersey Shore,’ may have little to fear in terms of skin cancer provided they take an aspirin a day, says a new report published in the health journal Cancer.

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Mom Suffering From Breast Cancer Pleads For One More Mother’s Day

This is a heartbreaking story about one women’s last chance attempt for compassion. Darlene Gant is a 46-year-old women suffering from stage-four breast cancer, and she doesn’t have long to live. Now her biggest concern is that she will not be alive to spend another Mother’s Day with her 11-year-old son, even though there is a trial drug in the works that could help prolong her life.

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Six-Year-Old’s Lemonade Stand Raises $10,000 For Dad’s Cancer Treatment

Lemonade stands are usually symbolic of the carefree nature of youth. Six-year old Drew Cox, however, has had to grow up fast. That’s because his dad, Randy, was recently diagnosed with seminoma, a rare form of cancer.

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Can Drinking Raise the Risk of Breast Cancer?

Want to lower your risk of breast cancer? Go easy on the cocktails. New data indicates that having even one alcoholic drink a day could raise your chances of getting the disease.

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Obesity-Related Cancers Increase While Others Fall

New report findings from the CDC had both good news and bad. The good news? Cancer deaths are falling. The bad news? Cancers associated with obesity are on the rise.

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Can Aspirin Prevent Cancer?

An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but new research indicates that while it doesn’t rhyme quite as well, an aspirin a day may ward off cancer.

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High-Grade Prostate Cancer Linked to Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic syndrome does not raise a mans risk of developing prostate cancer overall, but does raise their risk of aggressive prostate cancer, according to a report presented at the 27th Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology.

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