(BPT) - This year alone, nearly 50,000 people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, the fourth highest cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S.
The statistics about pancreatic cancer are staggering because unlike some other cancers, diagnosis is difficult as there is no screening test, and symptoms can be subtle and mimic other conditions. It often goes undetected in the early stages, and in advanced stages, symptoms are present but non-specific — such as digestive issues, back pain, and weight loss.
(BPT) - Ted Harper, the team sports dietitian for the New England Patriots, and Bryan Snyder, director of team nutrition for the Denver Broncos, may be rivals on the field, but when it comes to nutrition, they agree on one thing: pistachios are an ideal snack, whether you’re a professional athlete or an armchair spectator.
(NAPSI)—For the more than 680,000 Americans living with a brain tumor, there is a revolutionary research effort under way at the Precision Medicine Initiative Against Brain Cancer headed by Dr. Chirag Patil at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, to look at ways of using precision science to tailor personalized treatments for individuals with malignant brain tumors.
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(NAPSI)—Each New Year, we create a list of resolutions for home updates in hopes of starting the new year with a fresh look. Whether it is to declutter and organize or finally make over the living room, here are three tips to help you achieve your New Year's resolutions and modernize the interior of your home.
(BPT) - Amy “Sunshine” Rodriguez, 44, is a radio personality in West Hartford, Connecticut, who loves spending time at the shore enjoying the scenery and her family. The mother of two and grandmother of one found love at a young age and married her husband shortly after. Of the many tales to describe her “Sunshine” life, Rodriguez said she never thought a battle with cervical cancer would be among them.