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World Cancer Day
For World Cancer Day 2012, take a look at some global percentages and statistics to help you get a better view of where healthcare stands in the cancer department! Click to find out.

The Advantage of Smartphone Apps in Healthcare
In the current healthcare environment, no matter what country you may live in, healthcare Apps for smartphones are on the rise. Many innovators and healthcare professionals are embracing this move, and I see it as a great help for empowerment for the patient. Click to read more!

Breast Reconstruction - The Flap Procedure
Many women are having breast reconstruction for different reasons, and one of them is due to breast cancer surgery. A procedure exists now that uses a womanís own tissue to accomplish it. Click to see this plain and simple guide that explains the Flap Procedure.

Interview with Dr. Ron Daniels - UK Sepsis Trust
Sepsis is a systemic illness affecting the bloodstream, and if not properly treated, can kill a person in just 2 days, and can affect people who are not high risk. Click to read Dr. Ron Daniels compelling challenge towards increasing awareness!

Prevention - Paying It Forward
Paying it forward is a trending phrase in our society today. In health terms you might say it means the same thing as prevention. This article is an overview of how to obtain and maintain good health. Read on to find out how to pay it forward!

The Lovin' Ain't Over - Book Review
The Lovin' Ain't Over for Women with Cancer written by Ralph and Barbara Alterowitz is an informative guide that offers hope to those suffering from changed or diminished sexual function due to cancer treatments. The authors write from their own first hand experience of the subject matter.

Colon Cancer
Colon Cancer is on the rise. Studies show that a sedentary lifestyle is the main culprit. With so many of us sitting at computers daily, this concerned me. Read on to see what else I found out.

Still Thankful After All These Years
I have learned that gratefulness keeps the heart from growing bitter, and after all of these years, I still have much to be thankful for. I havenít just survived cancer physically. The fact that I am still in my right mind is a testament to the reality and strength of my faith.

Lungs & Cancer Prevention
I think by now most of us are aware of lung cancer, and have either been directly affected by it, or know someone who has. Iím going to cover the function of the lungs, and the main reasons cancer develops. Click to read ways in which disease can be prevented.

Movember - Men's Cancer Awareness Month
Each year during the month of November, men grow mustaches and beards to raise funds for the Livestrong and Prostate Cancer Foundations. Commonly known as Movember, the event is now global. So I dedicate this weekís article to the men! Thanks guys for your support!

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