Can the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Cause Cancer?
The human papilloma virus, also known as HPV, is viral infection which attacks the reproductive system in both men and women. Fortunately, HPV is treatable, with some medications available through an online doctor prescription. Speaking with a doctor online minimizes the sometimes-embarrassing feelings associated with sexual disorders and infections. There's no doctor office wait, no drive to the clinic, and no long lines at the pharmacy.
Hot Flashes Not Given Recognition in Cancer Patients
Hot flashes are one of the most prominent and well known symptoms of menopause, but what some people don't know is that they are also a symptom that women who have had breast cancer experience.
Soy May Have Negative Effects On Breast Cancer
The last ten years have brought about an entire food movement dedicated to finding alternatives to meat, dairy, gluten, and a number of other ingredients.
Doctors Say Vegetables Could Help Reduce Cancer Risk
If you have ever been told that you must eat your greens by a parent or guardian, you might be happy to learn that all of that vegetable eating was beneficial. New research has shown that produce may carry a key to the reduction of risks associated with breast cancer.
New Breast Cancer Study Finds Salvation in Chili Peppers
Capsaicin, the ingredient in chili peppers, which make them so hot, may have a new medical purpose.