“You just assume that a children's product would be safe.”
Imagine being told that all the things you plan, all the moments you hope to have and all the achievements you aspire to
While the first few months after a cancer diagnosis typically are the most challenging, there is a different struggle that
Posted on March 3, 2017 The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new data this week reporting an increase
The stigmatization of cannabis is fading, but it won't come easy.
Although we are now commemorating the 15th anniversary of 9/11, there are still a plethora of effects that are being felt and will continue to be felt over the course of the next few years. One in particular is the deadly carcinogen called asbestos.
It's not about the lawsuits, or the money. Mesothelioma is about the people, the community, the innocent victims. That is why I fight for awareness and a ban on asbestos. For the people: my people.
Comedy vs. Cancer: Quincy Jones' HBO Comedy Special Embodies the Message of National Cancer Survivors Day
"Laughter is a natural medicine. It lifts our spirits and makes us feel happy. It can bring people together. It can help
Congress may not be able to give us "pre-baby sleep," but they can help us sleep more soundly by restoring our trust that the government is working to protect our families from toxic chemicals.