Lung Cancer News Update

Week Ending January 18, 2022 You Don’t Have to Be a Smoker to Get Lung Cancer“SATURDAY, Jan. 15, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Think you’re safe from lung cancer because you’ve never smoked? Think again.” Nivo-Ipi Consolidation Fails to Demonstrate Long-Term Survival...

Hepatitis C News Update

Week Ending January 18, 2022 “Hep ElimiNATION” to Assess and Guide U.S. Efforts to End Hepatitis “In January 2021, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the Viral Hepatitis National Strategic Plan for the United States: A Roadmap to Elimination...

My Choices News Update

Week Ending January 18, 2022 Licorice And Slippery Elm Tea Are Best For A Sore Throat “Although you can get a cold throughout the year, most people have a higher risk of the common cold in the winter and spring months.1 One of the most common symptoms is a sore...

Lung Cancer News Update

Week Ending January 10, 2022 Radon is the Leading Cause of Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers and Present in 1 in 15 Homes“With all the talk of personal health testing these days, it’s important to test your home’s health too because a significant danger lurks in nearly one...

Hepatitis C News Update

Week Ending January 10, 2022 Exploring hepatitis C virus testing and treatment engagement over time in Melbourne, Australia: a study protocol for a longitudinal cohort study (EC-Experience Cohort study) “The advent of direct acting antiviral therapy for hepatitis C...

My Choices News Update

Week Ending January 10, 2022 Research shows myriad benefits of exercise. So why don’t we move more?“When Jennifer Heisz talks about the health benefits of exercise, you can take her word on it. Not only is Heisz a Canada Research Chair and the associate director...