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What should you know about eating and digesting following colorectal cancer treatment? Drink water, know your med side effects (they could be causing that constipation…), and experiment with fiber are just some tips.
Living your best life—eating fresh foods, staying active, and showing your body some TLC—could slash your risk for colon cancer, finds research.
Just two servings a week may reduce your risk of colorectal cancer. Ready to dig in?
When you've been diagnosed with colon cancer, there are some things you just need to know right way. We address food, sex, exercise, and other pressing concerns that come with this life-altering event.
If you have ulcerative colitis, your colon cancer risk more than doubles. Learn how to protect yourself.
Rates of colon cancer are rising among Millennials and Gen Xers, even as they continue to drop among Boomers. Get up to speed on the signs and symptoms today.
High-intensity interval training — cardio workouts that include short bursts of maximum effort and recovery periods — may slow the growth of colon cancer.
Most metastatic colon cancer patients receive a combination of chemotherapy and a targeted therapy, which interrupts tumor cells’ growth and spread.
There may be a link between early-onset colorectal cancer — colon or rectal cancer diagnosed before age 50 — and time spent sitting and watching television.
What comes next now that you're received your diagnosis? Learn from others who have been there before, and find out which questions to ask your doctor to get the care that's right for you.