Tag Archives: Cancer

Quitters are Winners on World No Tobacco Day

Tobacco use is a global health concern – responsible for more than 8 million annual deaths, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).1 To help combat this epidemic, the WHO established World No Tobacco Day in 1987 ­–an international observance that draws attention to the preventable death and diseases caused by tobacco. For World No […]

National Women’s Health Week – Making Your Health a Priority

Mother’s Day kicks off a special health observance each year – National Women’s Health Week. Driven by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health, this annual initiative encourages women of all ages to check in on their individual health needs. Here, we’re breaking down information about some common health concerns […]

Skin Cancer: The Cancer You Can See

Summer in the United States is safely going back to normalcy with the increasing number of COVID-19 vaccinations across the country. Americans are now more comfortable spending some time outside their homes. While enjoying the summer with family and friends, remember to keep yourself, family and friends protected from the harmful effects of the UV […]