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Colon Cancer

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  • Community news for Windsor edition

    Christina Vida honored with Connecticut DAR Arbor Award WINDSOR - On the evening of March 27, at the annual banquet of the Connecticut Daughters of the Revolution (CT DAR) Windsor Historical Society Curator Christina Vida was presented with the Arbor...
  • Am I at risk for ovarian cancer?

    Source: University of Missouri Health System whatdoctorsknow.com There's really no way to know for sure if you're going to get ovarian cancer. Still, certain factors can make you more likely to get it than another woman. These are called risk factors....
  • Olympus scopes may have infected more patients, Seattle health agency says

    More patients across the country may have been infected by medical scopes manufactured by Olympus Corp. than previously thought, health officials warned Monday. Olympus' scopes are at the center of a string of recent endoscope-related superbug outbreaks...
  • UN tribunal says Serb suspect Seselj has to return to court

    Appeals judges at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal ruled Monday that Serbian far-right leader Vojislav Seselj has breached conditions of his provisional release and must return to the court's cellblock in The Hague. The decision means authorities in...
  • Legislation would fix Medicare copay problem for colonoscopies

    Colorectal cancer affects one in every 20 Americans and is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the United States. That's why, during National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, we're teaming up to shed light on this disease and advance legislation...
  • Ken Burns unravels the mysteries of cancer in PBS film

    There's a mystery to cancer, in large part because of fear, that PBS tries to unravel in next week's six-hour documentary "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies." "We're not really honest with each other," filmmaker Ken Burns said. "We know about heart...
  • York is the healthiest locality in the region

    York is the healthiest locality in the region
    Where you live affects your health. Each year, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, publish a ranking of all the localities in the U.S. regarding "health factors" and "health outcomes."...
  • Griffith council member, 68, dies

    Griffith Town Council Vice President Glen "Bud" Gaby died early Sunday morning, according to a statement on the town's website. He was 68. Gaby had served on the council since 2008, when he, Council President Rick Ryfa and Clerk-Treasurer George...
  • Savvy Senior: Easier screening tests for colon cancer

    Savvy Senior: Easier screening tests for colon cancer
    Dear Savvy Senior, Are there any easier alternatives to a colonoscopy to check for colon cancer? I'm in my 60s and would like to be tested, but hate the idea of drinking all that laxative solution, and being sedated for the procedure. — Squeamish...
  • Former Miss Florida fights cancer with dignity, Grace

    Former Miss Florida fights cancer with dignity, Grace
    Born into a wealthy Lake County development family, Kristin Beall Ludecke was a real-live fairy princess by the time she won the title of Miss Florida in 1995 and went on to compete in the Miss America pageant. The sophisticated coloratura soprano would...
  • Helen M. Stearns December 25, 1943 - March 19, 2015

    Helen M. Stearns<br/> December 25, 1943 - March 19, 2015
    Helen Miller Stearns passed away peacefully at her home on March 19, 2015 at the age of 71 after fighting a six-month battle with colon cancer. She is survived by Charles Stearns, her husband of 47 years, her brother Henry Miller, two nieces, a nephew,...