Colorectal cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer in Massachusetts, so it’s important to understand the risks, symptoms, and ways to prevent it. The Department of Public Health (DPH) is working to reduce cancer rates in the Commonwealth by spreading awareness and supporting public …Continue Reading Should You Get Screened for Colorectal Cancer?
Breast cancer is diagnosed among women in the United States every two minutes. In Massachusetts alone, breast cancer accounts for one-third of all cancers diagnosed in women. Both men and women are affected by this disease. However, with advancements in modern medicine and increased awareness, …Continue Reading Breast Cancer Awareness
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of male cancer deaths in Massachusetts. The Commonwealth strives to minimize the devastating effects of prostate cancer by educating residents about prevention, early detection, and screening services. In an effort to spread the word about this disease and …Continue Reading Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in Massachusetts
Alcohol misuse is a global problem that results in 2.5 million deaths each year and is a leading risk factor for premature mortality, disability, and poor health. Heavy alcohol use is also associated with social issues such as violence and crime, child neglect and abuse, …Continue Reading Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow: Alcohol Awareness Month
Nutrition is an important component to our health, but it’s often difficult to address in a hectic world that makes junk food and large portion sizes more convenient and appealing than healthy alternatives. More than half of adults and one in four high school and middle …Continue Reading Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right during National Nutrition Month
New Englanders are finally shedding their heavy winter coats, and skirts, shorts, and sunbathing are just around the corner. With temperatures on the rise, more skin is being exposed to the sun which increases the risk of melanoma and other types of skin cancer. According …Continue Reading 7 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer
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