Heart disease, stroke, and now add melanoma to the list of aspirin’s potential health benefits. New research shows that the cheap white pill taken by millions of Americans to prevent heart problems may protect against the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Calvin Green’s a star on his Armstrong traveling basketball team, a cheerleader for all the players in his league, and now dealing with a heartbreaking loss.
Scientists at the University of Minnesota say they’ve made a breakthrough when it comes to what causes many cases of breast cancer.
Almost all of us get an extra jolt every day from a drink with caffeine. We’re a nation that borders on addiction.
Stung by the overwhelmingly negative reaction to removing the name of original “Saturday Night Live” cast member Gilda Radner from a cancer support group’s title, a Wisconsin chapter is borrowing one of the comedian’s catch phrases for its next announcement: Never mind.
There’s some good news in the battle against cancer.
The City of Minneapolis wants to help you find out if there are dangerous levels of radon in your house.
Facing the death of a loved one is never easy, but one Twin Cities family is pulling together to get through it and raise awareness about a rare and deadly form of cancer.
Todd Oakes is the pitching coach at the University of Minnesota, and he will return to work Wednesday, amazingly.
An Eden Prairie family is asking for the gift of health this holiday, after both parents started treatment for cancer on the same day.
For those who have lost a loved one, the holidays can be the most difficult time of the year.
A chance encounter with University of St. Thomas students and a custodian who plays Santa on the side has brought a smile to a lot of children who are dealing with cancer.
Younger generations might not recognize the characters popularized by comedian Gilda Radner. Nor might they remember Radner herself, an original cast member of “Saturday Night Live” who died 23 years ago and for whom a national cancer support group is named.
A St. Michael boy – in the fight of his life against cancer – got to live out a dream on Saturday. Eleven-year-old Tyler Purohit was diagnosed with brain cancer in February. And after weeks of chemo and radiation – it was time for him to cut loose.
Sitting in a chair in his living room, Mark Weber talks about the words and letters he always intended to write to future grandchildren. Now, at the age of 41, he is contemplating his family’s life without him.