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Moving Imelda

Bill Couzens | Posted 08.23.2016 | Healthy Living
Bill Couzens

First day of nursery school for my daughter, twenty years later-the next chapter. When I signed up to move my daughter Maeve, I thought, "What a sna...

He's Selling His Rio Silver Medal To Help A 3-Year-Old With Cancer

The Huffington Post | Ron Dicker | Posted 08.23.2016 | Sports

It takes a big man to win an Olympic silver medal in the discus. But it takes an even bigger heart to do what Piotr Malachowski is doing now. The Poli...

Are Support Groups Helpful After Cancer?

Dr. Shani Fox | Posted 08.19.2016 | Healthy Living
Dr. Shani Fox

You've probably been there. It's that moment when you realize that try as they might, your family and friends don't fully get what you've been throug...

The DEA's Decision Not to Reclassify Marijuana Means Almost Nothing

Rob Kampia | Posted 08.18.2016 | Politics
Rob Kampia

But rescheduling marijuana would not have allowed doctors to prescribe marijuana nationwide. Coca leaves, from which cocaine is derived, are listed in Schedule II, but physicians cannot prescribe coca leaves -- and pharmacies cannot sell these leaves -- because no one has moved coca leaves through the FDA approval process to make them available by prescription.

San Francisco's Tech Community Teams Up To Hack Cancer

Rachel Wolfson | Posted 08.18.2016 | San Francisco
Rachel Wolfson

From growth hacking to everyday life hacks, hacking essentially means finding unique and clever ways to solve a meaningful problem. And while hacking goes a long way in the world of tech, Silicon Valley's tech community is now focused on hacking an even larger problem -- cancer.

Cancer Survivor Becomes The Oldest Medalist At The Rio Olympics

The Huffington Post | Yagana Shah | Posted 08.19.2016 | Fifty

Olympian Santiago Lange broke down many times as he celebrated a triumph which may not have seemed possible just last year. The 54-year-old won a gold...

Robotic Surgery Triumphs Over Prostate Cancer In Obese

Dr. David Samadi | Posted 08.16.2016 | Science
Dr. David Samadi

It's yet another feather in the cap of robotic-assisted prostate surgery. Researchers in the Department of Urology of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine have discovered that robotic-assisted surgery to remove the prostate reduces the risk of blood loss.

The Changing Cancer Conversation: Thank You Denise and Ceil

Joyce Shulman | Posted 08.16.2016 | Women
Joyce Shulman

When I was a kid, cancer was the Voldemort of diseases -- the disease that must not be named. A cancer diagnosis was something to be whispered. A secret to be hidden as long as possible. This secrecy added to the fear and, I assume, to the isolation of treatment. But times are a-changin.

This Teen Cancer Survivor's Selfless Wish Turned His High School Weight Room Into An Elite Training Facilty

The Huffington Post | Alex Kushneir | Posted 08.16.2016 | HuffPost Live 321


Making Treatment Decisions As, Or For, A Cancer Patient

Barbara Jacoby | Posted 08.15.2016 | Healthy Living
Barbara Jacoby

While it is difficult sometimes to be motivated to advocate for yourself or someone else when you are in the middle of a cancer crisis, it is definitely something that you should consider. It may very well be that your doctor is perfectly positioned to provide you with the best of care available for your particular situation and if you feel that this is the case, then by all means feel free to proceed.

Intimate Photos Tell Story Of A Beloved Grandmother's Final Days

The Huffington Post | Yagana Shah | Posted 08.12.2016 | Fifty

Only someone who has lost a loved one to illness knows the raw emotions felt in the last days of someone’s life. But in a new photo series, photogra...

The Obama Administration Shows A Lack Of Compassion With Continued Medical Marijuana Prohibition

Larry Harris Jr. | Posted 08.11.2016 | Politics
Larry Harris Jr.

It is a shame that an administration that claims historic achievement on health care would ignore an obvious move to reinforce their dedication to the issue.

My Immunotherapy Journey

Melinda Welsh | Posted 08.11.2016 | Healthy Living
Melinda Welsh

When people are surprised to see me, I tell them I'm among the early fortunate. I am grateful each day for my husband, family and friends. Facing death on a close horizon has heightened my awareness that our time on Earth is finite.

The Show Never Stops For Cancer Survivor And R&B Queen Sharon Jones

The Huffington Post | Felicia Kelley | Posted 08.10.2016 | HuffPost Live 321


The Cancer Moonshot At A Crossroads: Will The Next President Commit To The Effort To End Cancer?

Bonnie J. Addario | Posted 08.09.2016 | Healthy Living
Bonnie J. Addario

During a time of seemingly unprecedented divisions in our nation, the Moonshot has united us in a cause far larger than any one of us. If it ends as fast as it began, we will have far more to mourn than another shuttered government program.

Someday You're Going To Die (But You're Not Dead Yet)

Lacey Johnson | Posted 08.08.2016 | Healthy Living
Lacey Johnson

Frankly, I'm tired of wondering. I'm tired of mindless doing. I want to fully live -- perhaps in the way Mary Alice Felder would live if she were granted the chance to come back and do it all again.

Facing Bleak Odds, Cancer Patients Chase One Last Chance -- In Cuba

STAT | Posted 08.08.2016 | Healthy Living

Chemotherapy and radiation worked for a time, but Mick Phillips's doctor warned him each round would be less effective. So Phillips came up with a new plan: Cuba.

The Olympian In Each Of Us

Barbara Jacoby | Posted 08.08.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Barbara Jacoby

The indomitable spirit of never giving up, to keep on going despite all adversity and to help and love each other is what life is truly all about and that is truly the Olympic spirit within all of us. I am grateful for the reminder as we once again all join together on this global stage.

Why being able to distinguish between a good and a bad fat matters so much

The Conversation Africa | Posted 08.08.2016 | World
The Conversation Africa

Voster Muchenje, University of Fort Hare and Carlos Nantapo, University of Fort Hare Food, nutrition and human health institutes around the world hav...

'My Wife Won't Sleep In Same Bed With Me After I Had Prostate Cancer'

Samantha Rodman PhD | Posted 08.03.2016 | Weddings
Samantha Rodman PhD

I feel sad about everything you are going through. It seems like you vacillate between an objective understanding of this situation and denial. To me, it's fairly evident that your wife is no longer interested in sex or physical affection.

What To Eat: Science vs. Swagger

Joel Kahn, M.D. | Posted 08.03.2016 | Healthy Living
Joel Kahn, M.D.

Hardly a day, or at most a week, goes by without a new headline advising one eating pattern or another. In a world where heart disease, obesity, diabe...

WATCH: It's Time To Break The Meat Habit

Neal Barnard, M.D. | Posted 08.02.2016 | Healthy Living
Neal Barnard, M.D.

Last weekend, I rallied at the White House with 100 fellow doctors to share an urgent message with America: Break the meat habit to improve your healt...

Zika Map In Florida Raises Questions

Alan Farago | Posted 07.30.2016 | HuffPost Home
Alan Farago

Zika. It's no joke. Neither is rare pediatric cancer.

Would You Break The Law To Save Your Child's Life?

Wendy Robbins | Posted 07.28.2016 | Impact
Wendy Robbins

I love my mommy and she loves me. Mo Barnhart loves her daughter. "I had Dahlia five years ago, so she's five years old right now and was diagnose...

The Greek Journalist Mr. Alexander Vellios Decided To Proceed To Euthanasia

Kelly Fanarioti | Posted 07.28.2016 | World
Kelly Fanarioti

At this post, I will not refer to the problems that the young generation faces in Greece but I will present a controversial subject as stated by the journalist Mr Alexander Vellios who I had the honor to interview.