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Roast cauliflower soup..

There’s nothing like a warm, creamy soup for dinner on a cold winter night. Soup is also an easy way to incorporate cancer-fighting foods into your diet in a flavorful way. Research has shown cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, Brussels sprou..

Let’s do Cancer Prevention Month ..

This year alone, more than 1.6 million people will be diagnosed with cancer, but research shows that up to 50 percent of all cancer cases are preventable. Eating a healthy diet, staying active, avoiding all tobacco products and getting regular cancer..

AGDQ raises $2.2 million for cancer..

Video games are proving to be a powerful weapon in the fight against cancer! The Awesome Games Done Quick (AGDQ) video game marathon raised a record-breaking $2.2 million for the Prevent Cancer Foundation® earlier this month. Viewers from around the..

January is Cervical Cancer Awarenes..

My mother, Alice, was amazing. As an awesome mother and a knowledgeable nurse, she made sure we stayed active, ate a healthy diet and, most importantly, stayed out of trouble. That’s why we were so shocked that warm August afternoon in 1999 when w..

Here’s to your health! Tips for a..

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to live healthier this year? The Prevent Cancer Foundation® is here to help you make 2017 your healthiest year yet with these tips. Eat a healthy breakfast every day. Start your day on the right foot with a he..

Here’s your new go-to party desse..

During the holiday season it can be hard to resist the tempting sweets at parties and family gatherings. This year, try this easy, three-ingredient dessert. It is a great alternative to traditional holiday sweets and comes with some health benefits. ..