The employees could have cashed out those sick days when they retired — instead, they donated them to a fellow teacher in need.
While Max still has a year of chemotherapy to go, this ice cream party was a fantastic way to celebrate all his progress.
Garrett Matthias of Iowa passed away on July 6 after battling a rare form of cancer. His rowdy spirit and sense of fun, expressed in an obituary he helped write, lives on.
A new study from Harvard shows a higher incidence of cancer among flight attendants. Here's what you need to know.
Gel manicures always come hand in hand with a twinge of guilt. While the rock-hard polish has some serious staying power, drying your hands under the warm glow of those UV or LED (they still emit UVA light) curing lamps feels a little…wrong. Turns out, your gut reaction isn’t failing you: There are some dangers involved, […]
“A little boy should not have to say goodbye to his partner in crime, his playmate, his best friend, his little sister,” wrote Matt Sooter of a tender moment shared between his kids.
Six months ago, the author of “Eat, Pray, Love” lost her partner to cancer. Now she’s ready to talk about it publicly, and she shared some thoughts about grief via Instagram.
Many people take issue with the words “fight” and “battle” in relation to cancer, saying that it subjects patients to unfair pressure to overcome the disease.
Darrien Middleton witnessed a seriously sweet moment two weeks ago, and had to share it on Facebook. The result — a photo of her grandmother Wilma Bray sitting on her Tennessee porch with a first-grader named Caleb — will warm your heart.
"The View" co-host Meghan McCain has strong words for White House aide Kelly Sadler after she remarked that Sen. John McCain, who is battling brain cancer, was "dying anyway."
Researchers found that daily aspirin therapy nearly doubled the risk of melanoma skin cancer in men. But that doesn't mean you should stop taking the pain killer.
Members of the Bush family have joined in praising the emotional tribute to the former first lady and her first daughter, who died at age 3.
Mary Shertenlieb has battled cancer three times. Doctors warned her it would be tough to try the Boston Marathon, especially considering the punishing rain and cold temperatures. But that didn't stop her. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor has her story.
Rebecca Hiles and millions of women like her are getting judged too quickly by their doctors - and it can mean the difference between life or death.
The Australian woman spent the $31,000 she raised on vacations and nights out, not cancer treatment.
Even though results offer only vague notions of various genetic risks, the spiking popularity of at-home DNA kits has made spitting into a test tube feel a lot like peering into a crystal ball. Doctors, meanwhile, could soon have more reliable predictors in their toolkits.