National HIV Testing Day 2020

Across the world, nearly 38 million people are living with HIV. However, 1 in 5 of them are unaware that they have the virus. That’s why each year, on June 27th, we observe “National HIV Testing Day” to raise awareness about the importance of getting tested for HIV. Continue reading for information on why, who should, and how to get […]

4 Interventions to Reduce Cancer-Related Fatigue: RANKED

In 2017, a team of researchers evaluated the four most commonly recommended treatments for cancer-related fatigue: 1) Exercise interventions, 2) Psychological interventions, 3) Combination of both exercise and psychological interventions, and 4) Pharmaceutical interventions. These researchers analyzed 113 scientific studies with a total of 11,535 participants to determine which type of intervention is most effective in reducing cancer-related fatigue.  Their […]

5 Leading Causes of Death for Men in the U.S.

In honor of Men’s Health Month, we are highlighting the 5 leading causes of death for men in the United States. On average, American women live five years longer than men. Although men and women experience many of the same health issues (e.g., heart disease), certain conditions are more common for men than women (e.g., deaths from unintentional injuries). It’s […]

10 Famous People Who Survived a Cancer Diagnosis

More than one-third of people will be diagnosed with cancer over their lifetime (National Cancer Institute, 2018) – and those in the public eye are no exception. Since today (June 7th) is National Cancer Survivors Day, there’s no better time to acknowledge and celebrate famous people who overcame cancer! Read on for information about celebrities who survived cancer, including the type of cancer […]