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Vaccines can lower your cancer risk..

There are vaccines available to reduce your risk of developing cancer and National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM) is the perfect time to learn how these vaccines can protect you and your loved ones from deadly diseases. Hepatitis B and the human..

It’s possible to stay healthy in ..

Whether the “Freshman Fifteen” is myth or fact, there’s no doubt that eating, sleeping and exercise habits change during college. But there are things you can do to avoid some of the most common pitfalls. Learn from my mistakes and follow these..

Back-to-school vaccinations..

For most families, back-to-school means it’s time to head back to the doctor. The start of the school year is a helpful reminder to visit your health care professional to get your yearly physical and address any health problems you haven’t had ch..

Power. Progress. Prevention. August..

August 11, 2017 THANK YOU! THANK YOU for coming together to call, write and visit your senators to send a clear message that cancer prevention is critically important and should remain a focus in the ongoing health care debate. Because of YOU, the Pr..

Start the new school year with new ..

Getting ready for school after a long summer vacation can be a tough adjustment for your kids. Irregular sleep schedules, binging on junk food and getting extra hours of screen time are fun during the summer, but can mean bad news in the classroom si..

Raising awareness in New York City..

On Sunday, June 11, friends of the Prevent Cancer Foundation® gathered on a sun-drenched morning for brunch at the historic Norwood Club in New York City to learn about the Foundation’s recent activities. My wife and fellow Board Member Jennifer C..