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Does Medicaid or private insurance cover cancer screenings?

You know what lifestyle habits to implement to lower your risk of cancer. You know what screenings you need based on your age. But, what’s…

Serve, dink, protect: Inky Dink Do Pickleball and the Prevent Cancer Foundation team up for awareness and prevention

Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the U.S., but if you’re one of the millions of Americans on the bandwagon, your athleticwear may not…

A sister’s legacy: Insights from the lung cancer journey of a young non-smoker

Call it our Italian roots, but my sister and I were inseparable. Despite being younger by a year and a half, Milvia always felt like…

Catalysts for change: Honoring Black icons and their impact on cancer prevention

As we recognize Black History Month, it’s important to reflect upon and highlight some of the Black leaders who have impacted cancer prevention and advocacy…

Rep. Debbie Dingell: Give friends Galentine’s Day gift of routine cancer screenings

Galentine’s Day is finally here, and if you’re considering a way to show your gal pals how much you care, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell of Michigan…

AGDQ fundraising has ‘huge effect’ on cancer prevention research, doctor says

Dr. Brandon Gheller was in awe as he watched speedrunners blast their way through video games during his January visit to Awesome Games Done Quick…

Winning at wellness: Healthy snacks for your Super Bowl party

Some people watch the Super Bowl for football, others for the ads; a third group of people watch it for the snacks. Super Bowl LVIII…

My house had high levels of radon — here’s how I fixed it

Radon is an invisible gas released from the soil that can build up in your home. It’s also the second leading cause of lung cancer…

Cervical cancer: Causes, symptoms, and screening recommendations

This article was originally published in partnership with the National Council on Aging. Key Takeaways  Cervical cancer is highly preventable with routine screening through Pap…

HPV and cervical cancer: What the connection means for your child

Cervical cancer is a highly preventable cancer. Maybe, when you think of protecting yourself against cervical cancer, you think about getting regular Pap tests beginning…