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  • Philanthropy, Comfort, and Fashion Forward Define the Hari Mari Flip-Flop Brand
    Philanthropy, Comfort, and Fashion Forward Define the Hari Mari Flip-Flop Brand
    Of the sun and of the sea defines the brand name. The Hari Mari brand blazed into the flip-flop market in 2012 like the hot Texas sun and since that time has inundated retail stores like waters crashing the sea shoreline. Hari Mari has combined...
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    Eating parsley and dill may help fight cancer
    Dietary considerations in the prevention and treatment of cancer have been compelling. An exciting new finding by Russian scientists deals with the potential for parsley and dill to help in the fight against cancer. The Moscow Institute of Physics...
  • Rocker Bon Jovi gives mom with cancer suprise visit
    Rocker Bon Jovi gives mom with cancer suprise visit
    A mom’s battle with cancer and her love of rocker Jon Bon Jovi led her daughter to work on a plan to make her mom’s dream come true of meeting the legendary rocker. Carol Cesario, of New Jersey has been waging a battle against stage 4...
  • Theralase granted patent for TLD-1433 technology
    Theralase granted U.S. patent for anti-cancer drug
    Toronto based Theralase Technologies, the leading biotech researcher, involved in commercializing innovative therapies and products to eliminate pain and destroy cancer, announced that the company has been granted a U.S. Patent number 9,345,769...
  • Leukemia Cup Regatta
    Leukemia Cup Regatta to be held at Nockamixon Sail Club, Quakertown PA
    The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is holding a series of charitable sailing events this year across the nation in support of cancer research.Dubbed the Leukemia Cup, one such event is being held on August 20th, 2016 at the Nockamixon Sail Club in...
  • Cancer Fighting Spices
    Cancer treatment other than chemotherapy
    Cancer can be simply defined as uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of a person's body. Or more simply stated, harmful cells growing out of control. Chemotherapy has become a common form of cancer treatment. Chemotherapy (often...
  • Tricia's Troops
    Wisconsin cancer charity raises nearly $100K during annual fundraiser
    The Oconomowoc-based Tricia's Troops Cancer Connection hosted its annual fundraiser earlier this month at the Milwaukee County Zoo. The event included a scavenger hunt-like game, an auction, dinner, and the announcement of the scavenger hunt...
  • WHO links hot coffee to cancer: How hot should your coffee be?
    WHO links hot coffee to cancer: How hot should your coffee be?
    WHO, the World Health Organization, is warning that drinking very hot coffee can cause esophageal cancer. However, consuming coffee at the right temperature and in a moderate amount can actually lower the risk of uterine or liver cancer and have...
  • Dogs and cancer
    Dogs can detect cancer?!
    Did you know dogs smelling ability is over 100,000 times more powerful than that of a human? Dogs are known to be extremely talented in every aspect but, did you know dogs can be trained to sniff out cancer cells in the body? McBaine, a black and...
  • Scout leader Phil Winiecki of Roselle raised $120 for the American Cancer Society by shaving his head at the Relay for Life Fri., June 10.
    All-night antics raise fun and funds at Relay for Life
    Overhead, a drone buzzed around the sky. In the middle of the track, Scout leader, Phil Winiecki, was getting his head shaved. Blaring through the loud speakers was the song from Sweet Charity, Hey Big Spender.In the midst of this mayhem, teams of...
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    June is for the Great Cycle Challenge
    As May and National Bike Month recede, June brings the Great Cycle Challenge. As has been covered in previous articles, the purpose of National Bike Month is to increase visibility and encourage bicycling. In many places across the country, May is...
  • Tubthumping by Chumbawamba
    Normal
    There are days when I wake up and life seems ‘normal’. I get up, brush my teeth, take a shower, wash out my bag, get dressed, have breakfast, clean out my bag, watch TV and get on my computer.What you don’t have a bag to clean...
  • 'Colon Cancer Week' raises awareness
    'Colon Cancer Week' raises awareness
    As hundreds of Marylanders return from spending their holiday weekend in Ocean City, they are encountering a ten-mile back up at the Kent Narrows Bridge in the westbound lanes. Yes, it has been a fun weekend – three days for some, four days...
  • Do cell phones cause cancer? New study reignites debate
    Do cell phones cause cancer? New study reignites debate
    Smart phones have become our eyes and ears into the world, keeping us in touch with the people and things we care about the most. They have become important, indispensable even. So much so that there are rehab facilities for people who have a hard...
  • Karen Chenowth
    Ride to Fight Cancer in the Great Cycle Challenge USA
    With the tag line of “Sit on your butt and do something!”, the Great Cycle Challenge USA encourages riders across the United States to challenge themselves and set their own personal riding goal throughout June to fight kids'...
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