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Preventing Cancer

By choosing a lifestyle that avoids certain risks, you can help protect yourself from developing cancer. Many cancers are linked to factors that you can control. Tobacco. Smoking and using to…

What Is Cancer?

Cancer is really a group of diseases. There are more than 100 different types of cancer, but they all are a disease of some of the body's cells. Healthy cells that make up the body's tissues …

Signs and Symptoms of Cancer

Cancer and other illnesses often cause a number of problems you can watch for. The most common warning signs of cancer are:Change in bowel or bladder habits;A sore that does not heal;Unusual …

Brewer's: Cancer

(the Crab) appears when the sun has reached his highest northern limit, and begins to go backward towards the south; but, like a crab, the return is sideways (June 21st to July 23rd). Accor…

Cancer Risks You Can Avoid

Source: National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.What Is Cancer?Signs and Symptoms of CancerPreventing Cancer

Samuel WARD

WARD, Samuel, a Delegate from Rhode Island; born in Newport, R.I., May 27, 1725; educated privately; settled in Westerly, R.I., in 1745; engaged in agricultural pursuits; member of the general …

Guardians and Wards

The Question: When a person has been declared incompetent and the court appoints someone to handle their financial and physical affairs, what is that person c…

Arch Ward

Arch WardBorn: Dec. 27, 1896Promoter and sports editor of Chicago Tribune from 1930-55 founder of baseball All-Star Game (1933), Chicago College All-Star Football Game (1934) and the All-Ameri…

Charlie Ward

Charlie WardBorn: Oct. 12, 1970Football QB and Basketball G first Heisman winner to play for national champs (Florida St. in 1993) since Tony Dorsett in 1976; won Sullivan Award (1993); 3-year…

Artemas WARD

WARD, Artemas, (father of Artemas Ward, Jr.), a Delegate and a Representative from Massachusetts; born in Shrewsbury, Mass., November 26, 1727; attended the common schools and was prepared for …