Drinking Found to Increase Cancer RiskThe new position paper from the American Society of Clinical Oncology suggests even light drinking raises a person's risk of common malignancies, including breast, colon, esophageal and head and neck cancers.
Illinois Lottery's "Ticket for a Cure" is BackThe 2017 version of the Illinois Lottery's "Ticket For the Cure" game is now available.
Seinfeld's Julia Louis-Dreyfus Announces Breast Cancer DiagnosisAnother Hollywood star announces she has breast cancer, renewing awareness of the disease.
Report: 1 Glass of Alcohol Daily Can Increase Risk of Breast CancerA new breast cancer report is offering women guidance when it comes to risky and mitigating behavior.
Doctor Offers Recommendation on When to Start MammogramsA local breast cancer surgeon says women have a right to be confused over when they should get that first mammogram because there is no consensus among the experts.
Missouri Among Top States for Double MastectomiesThe study found 42 percent of Missouri women between the ages of 20 and 44 who underwent surgery opted to remove both breasts.
Study Proves Soy Safe for Breast Cancer PatientsA new study out of Tufts University finds it is OK for breast cancer survivors to include soy products in their diet.
Health Check-Up: Breast Cancer, Zip Codes, and MalariaOn this segment, Fred covers a new study on breast cancer, how your zip code may decide your fate, and new findings on malaria.
Local Magazine Highlights Breast Cancer Survivors with Daring CoverFounder Cillah Hall says watching her friend battle and eventually succumb to breast cancer inspired the annual health issue.
TIAM Saturday October 1stBreast Cancer Awareness, Missing Children and "Deepwater Horizion"
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Marquette vs Lafayette, Dig PinkThey are taking are taking a passionate rivalry, and using it for a cause that affects one of every eight women.
Women With Dense Breasts Should Be Screened Annually, Study SaysHow often should a woman get a mammogram? A new study says it all depends on her medical history and breast density.