Oz Investigates: Is Your Fast-Food Container Causing Cancer?Today, Dr. Oz asks the question: is your fast-food container causing cancer?
Former Spartan & Lion Charles Rogers Dead At 38Rogers was the second overall pick in the 2003 NFL draft. He scored twice in his NFL debut, but suffered a broken collarbone that ended his rookie season and suffered the same injury a year later.
How To 'Live Brave' Through Breast Cancer"You're Trying To Figure Out A Way To Deal With Your Health, And Then You Have To Worry About Dealing With All These Bills....That's A Heartache In Itself."
Here's Why Medical Groups Differ On When To Start Colon And Rectal Cancer ScreeningConflicting recommendations on when and how average-risk adults should get screened for colon and rectal cancer could leave you confused -- but new guidance aims to make sense of it all.
Susan G. Komen Greater Detroit To Host Free Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference SaturdaySusan G. Komen Greater Detroit is hosting a free Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference to educate the community about metastatic breast cancer also known as stage IV.
CVS Pulls Zantac And Similar Heartburn Drugs Because Of Cancer WorriesCVS Pharmacy has stopped selling Zantac, as well as its generic version of the heartburn medication, over concerns that they might contain a substance that could cause cancer.
FDA Finds Low Levels Of Cancer-Linked Impurity In Common Heartburn DrugsThe US Food and Drug Administration said on Friday that it has learned that some ranitidine -- acid-reducing and heartburn medicines, including those known by the brand name Zantac -- contain low levels of an impurity that could cause cancer.
Is There Actually A Whipped Topping Dr. Oz Approves Of?Today, Dr. Oz settles the debates once and for all and answers all of your pressing health questions.
Oz Investigates: Is There A Microwave Popcorn Cover-Up?The popcorn industry has been under increased scrutiny throughout the years, especially when headlines surfaced linking the ingredients in microwave popcorn to illnesses like lung disease and cancer.
Cancer Takes Purdue Super Fan Tyler TrentTrent wanted to be a sportswriter and was determined to attend Purdue despite suffering three bouts with a rare bone cancer, first diagnosed at age 15. He entered Purdue in the fall of 2017 while undergoing chemotherapy. He camped out with another student to get good seats to a Purdue-Michigan football game, just hours after chemotherapy.
Cancer Takes Falcon Lineman Fralic at 56Fralic was the first offensive lineman to finish in the top 10 in Heisman Trophy balloting — finishing eighth in 1983 and sixth in 1984. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1998. The school retired his No. 79 at halftime of his final home game in 1984.
Body Fat Levels Linked To Breast Cancer Risk In Post-Menopausal WomenOlder women with excess body fat, even if they have what's considered a normal body-mass index, could be at greater risk for breast cancer, according to a study published Thursday in the medical journal JAMA Oncology.
Baby Poop 'Cocktail' May Help Fight Cancer, Researchers ClaimA team of scientists is claiming that baby poop contains beneficial bacteria that can be turned into a cancer-fighting "cocktail."
After Teacher With Cancer Runs Out Of Sick Days, Coworkers Gave Him TheirsTeachers, staff members, administrators and even lunchroom workers who pay into the Florida retirement system transferred 75 sick days to Goodman.
Dying Man's Letter Of Forgiveness To Pickpocket Becomes International InspirationA dying man has chosen to forgive an alleged pickpocket who spoiled his "trip of a lifetime" in a letter that's receiving global attention.