A carcinogen is something that can cause you to have cancer.
Smoking cigarettes causes about 3 out of every 10 cancer deaths in the U.S.
Researchers have found that drinking causes chemical and other physical changes in our bodies that make cancers more likely.
You might be surprised to learn that some viruses can lead to cancer.
There have been some concerns in recent years about whether talc, especially in talcum powder, could cause cancer.
Some people worry about getting a computed tomography (CT) scan because radiation is known as a possible cause of cancer.
Cell phones can make life easier in many ways. But you may worry that using a cell phone can raise your risk of cancer.
Many things can cause anemia, including cancer. Cancer treatments, the condition itself, or both can lead to anemia.
Some experts think acne might predict your chances of getting certain cancers.
Your doctor may suggest a cancer screening to check for signs of early cancer -- or to look for things that could turn into it.
As you write up your health to-do list this year, find out from your doctor which cancer screenings you should have.
Don't wait to get a screening test for the most common cancers that affect men.