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‘ACS CAN’ Can and Is Making a Difference for Cancer Fighting Policies, but There is Much Room for Improvement

The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, ACS CAN, is the nation’s leading cancer advocacy group.  They feel some of the important decisions about cancer are made outside of medical offices. Where are they made? They are made by our lawmakers on the local, state and federal levers. ACS CAN also works to empower the individual to part of pushing back against cancer and have their voices heard.

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The First Burger Made in a Lab: Taste Tested, Short on Flavor

The 'Frankenburger' was tasted today (Aug. 5) in London. A team at Maastricht University in the Netherlands developed the burger and hopes that making meat in labs could eventually help feed the world and fight climate change.

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5-Year Old Cancer Survivor Scores Touchdown at Cleveland Browns Practice

Watch 5-year-old cancer survivor, Ryan Encinas, rush for a touchdown during the Cleveland Browns' 'Family Night' practice. Ryan is celebrating two years in remission from cancer after responding well to treatment. He was selected to participate by the 'Littlest Heroes' program.

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Don’t Live with Pain [SPONSORED POST]

Are you living with pain?

If chronic pain has begun to interfere with your life, there might be a solution.  Manchester Osteopathic Healthcare focuses on treating patients with Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) in order to restore motion and balance to affected areas of the musculoskeletal system.

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Three Lions, Getty Images

UMaine Study Finds Maine’s Wild Blueberries Aid Digestion

A research project from UMaine finds wild blueberries are good for digestion. It is nice to see the study these things, but it has been no big secret that wild blueberries are healthy in so many ways, and YES, darn tasty

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Greg Michaels: Changing Towards A Healthier Lifestyle Isn’t A Walk In The Park

Had my lab work follow up appointment with the Doctor today. As you may have read about three months ago I saw the Doctor and she sent me for lab work. I did it and a few things came back out of whack. My thyroid came back at 18+ which is Hypothyroidism, cholesterol was elevated a bit and my glucose reading was normal but on the high end.

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Christopher Furlong, Getty Images

Waterville Boy & His Vegan Recipe Headed to the White House

Way to go Noah Koch of Waterville!  He is headed to the White House after creating a dish that won a national nutritious food contest. And he gets to meet first lady Michelle Obama.

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images

Greg Michaels: Dentist Filled My Cavity + I Was A “Dent” ist As I Left

I’m assuming it’s because I’m getting older or maybe because of medical advances. It seems like every time I go to the dentist now, I have a cavity or two. When I was an adolescent, I ended up having three. However from the age of 12 or 13 until about 38 or 39, I didn’t have any cavities. This is even going without seeing a dentist for a few years in my early adult life.

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13-year Old Boy Will Throw Out First Pitch in Oakland from 1800 Miles Away

Nick LeGrand is a 13-year old baseball player from Kansa City, MO who has a rare blood disorder called severe aplastic anemia. This year he was told he couldn't play his favorite sport, baseball. However, tonight (6/12) he will get to throw out the first pitch at the Oakland Athletics/New York Yankees game. He will do it from 1,800 miles away.

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Andreas Rentz, Getty Images

Guys, Would You Take A Birth Control Pill If It Were Available?

The birth control pill has been around for decades. There is a story out today saying that Yaz or Yasmin has been related to 23 deaths in Canada. And another article I came across claiming there have been at least 190 deaths in the U.S. due to that brand of birth control.

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