Why are diseases like cancer so common in humans but so rare in chimps?
In 2018, researchers developed nanomachines that can target tumor cells in the human body.
Researchers hope that by 2021, liquid biopsies will be a part of an annual physical exam.
Just one trip to a tanning bed can cause DNA damage and skin cancer.
Elephants stand out for many reasons, including the fact that they rarely ever get cancer.
Types and occurrences of cancer are on the rise, prompting some to question the effectiveness of modern medicine.
Slather on sunscreen before you hit the road: Cars don't protect against harmful UV rays.
Smoking causes health hazards to everyone around you, including your cat whose fur is a smoke-particle magnet.
Despite being touted for their health benefits, antioxidant supplements might do little more for you than snake oil.
Iron can be used by our body for good or bad, depending on which cells get a hold of it.