Tagged Posts: "Cancer" (66)


Preventing and Detecting Cervical Cancer

Besides getting regular Pap smears, what do women need to know about cervical cancer? Learn more from Q102's Jennifer Fritsch and one of our experts. Read More

Posted January 18, 2022 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Hannah Eppensteiner, CNP, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Gynecologic Oncology
When Traditional Treatments Don’t Stop the Spread of Cancer: Sheila's Story

Learn how clinical trials at The Christ Hospital offer hope for patients like Sheila Roush, who are fighting cancer who are running out of conventional treatment options. Read More

Posted November 24, 2021 | By The Christ Hospital Precision Medicine team
5 Reasons to Say No to Vaping

Vaping is marketed as a healthier alternative to smoking. But it's a lot more dangerous than you might think. Read More

Posted November 15, 2021 | By Julian Guitron-Roig, MD, thoracic surgeon, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Heart & Vascular
Habits That Help Keep Your Lungs Healthy

Most of know the impact that smoking has on the lungs, but there are factors that can help keep your lungs healthy and reduce your risk for lung cancer. Read on to learn more. Read More

Posted November 11, 2021 | By Sarah Heffron, MEd, RD, CSO, Clinical Dietician, The Christ Hospital Cancer Center
How the High Risk Cancer Screening Clinic Saves Lives: Paula's Story

Patient Paula Haney knew she was at an increased risk of developing breast cancer, so she turned to the experts at the High Risk Cancer Clinic. Read her story. Read More

Posted October 29, 2021 | By The Christ Hospital Physicians - Hematology & Oncology
Getting Ready for Your Mammogram

Your mammogram can be easier and more comfortable with a little preparation. This checklist of what to do before and the day of your exam will help. Read More

Posted October 28, 2021 | By Be Saito, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Surgical Oncology
Can Food and Physical Activity Reduce Breast Cancer Risk?

Lifestyle prevention measures like eating a healthy diet and being physically active can significantly help lower the risk of breast cancer. Learn more about the American Cancer Society's guidelines and try a new recipe packed with cancer-fighting foods! Read More

Posted October 27, 2021 | By Sarah Heffron, MEd, RD, CSO, Clinical Dietician, The Christ Hospital Cancer Center
They Found Something in My Mammogram—Now What?

If something abnormal was found in your mammogram, it might not be cancer. Find out your next steps and what else it could be. Read More

Posted October 26, 2021 | By Healthspirations Staff
The Facts on Mammograms

What's the difference between a screening and diagnostic mammogram? What about 3D? At what age should you start getting them? B105's Chelsie got the answers to these questions and more from breast imaging expert Jessica Martin, MD. Read More

Posted October 08, 2021 | By Chelsie, B105 radio personality; and Jessica Martin, MD, Professional Radiology, Inc.
Busting Breast Cancer Myths

Think you know the facts on breast health and breast cancer? Check out what Q102's Jennifer Fritsch learned from breast expert Julie Specht, MD, to make sure you know what's fact and what's fiction. Read More

Posted October 08, 2021 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Julie Specht, MD - The Christ Hospital Physicians - Hematology & Oncology
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