Chicken Soup For The Colon

Laboratory tests proved what grandmas have known for years: chicken soup is excellent for your colon. As the temperature decreases outside, get comfortable inside and curl up by the fire with a bowl of deliciously, heated soup.

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Jaime Hann
Candy Conundrums Answered For Colon Health

Everyone knows that Halloween candy is damaging for your teeth, but not many realize what sweets can do to your digestive system. To expand awareness of the pitfalls, here is a review of popular candies and recommended healthy alternatives.

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Jaime Hann
Celebrate the 10th Annual Boxer 500!

Celebrate with Us! On August 19, 2018, we will be hosting our 10th annual Boxer 500 at the Road Runners Club of America. The Boxer 500 is a 5K run/walk, 1M walk and kid’s event to raise awareness and for colorectal cancer.

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Jaime Hann
The Power of Vitamin D

A paper recently published examined the relationship between vitamin D levels and colorectal cancer risk. This new study, entitled “Circulating Vitamin D and Colorectal Cancer Risk: An International Pooling Project of 17 Cohorts” was funded by the National Heart, Blood, and Lung Institute and the National Cancer Institute.

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Jaime Hann
Rollin' to Colon!

According to a study published by cancer.gov, one of the best ways to prevent colon cancer, is to get moving! It has been said that you never forget how to ride a bike , so can you think of a better way to get started than on two wheels?

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Jaime Hann
Jimmy Kimmel Gets a Colonoscopy

Jimmy Kimmel recently received a unique gift for his 50th birthday: a colonoscopy. Katie Couric, who 18 years ago started the “Couric Effect” after sharing her own colonoscopy experience on the Today Show and increasing screenings by 20%, accompanied Kimmel to his procedure.

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Jaime Hann
Volunteer at one of our events!

In February 2000, President Clinton officially dedicated March as National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. With March only a month away and with so many awareness activities, we wanted to share some of the fun ways you can get involved to help throughout the whole year!

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Mikala Harden
Colon Cancer: A Family Affair?

Did you know that colon cancer can run in families? When brothers Jerry, John, and Ted learned of their 80-year-old father’s colon cancer diagnosis in August of 2013, they decided to get screened on the same day, back-to-back. All three scans came back clear! 

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Mikala Harden