Getting a colonoscopy, catching colon cancer early is key to surviving disease
A colon cancer survivor hopes her story can encourage others to get a colonoscopy done.
Should I get a colonoscopy? -- Doctor answers this and other colon cancer questions
Dr. Amalia Stefanou with the Henry Ford Health System answers common questions about colonoscopies.
The Doctor Is In: Best practices for avoiding colon cancer
Pre-screenings are the best way to avoid colon cancer's most severe effects. But there are other healthy habits that can be used as well. Dr. Craig Reickert, a colorectral surgeon at Henry Ford Health System has more.
The Doctor Is In: Pre-screening for colon cancer
Henry Ford Health System's Dr. Craig Reickert breaks down the best ways to screen and avoid colon cancer.
Colon cancer screenings should start at age 45, not 50, US health panel says
A panel of health experts wants U.S. adults to start getting colon cancer screenings at age 45, five years younger than it previously recommended.
Coffee may help colon cancer patients’ longevity, study finds
A recent study suggests that colon cancer patients who drink at least 2-3 cups of coffee a day could see a lower risk of disease progression and death.
Eating seaweed could prevent colon cancer, inflammation of digestive tract, study suggests
Eating seaweed that grows near the Florida Keys could protect against colon cancer and inflammatory diseases of the digestive tract, according to research from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy.