Prevention

22 06, 2024

Smoking and Cancer Risk: How Cessation Changed the US

By |2024-06-22T14:48:43-04:00June 22nd, 2024|Less Cancer, Prevention|

In 2023, the percentage of smokers in the US fell to an all-time low, marking a significant milestone in the decades-long decline in cigarette smoking in America. This decline, driven by a combination of social norms, no-smoking regulations, and ongoing education, has had a profoundly positive impact on the nation's health. It has not

7 04, 2024

Prostate Cancer Rates Expected to Double by 2024

By |2024-04-07T05:30:14-04:00April 7th, 2024|Prevention, Research|

Already known as one of the fastest-growing types of cancer, fresh research shows prostate cancer rates could rise even faster than expected. The disease is already the most common form of male cancer in over 100 countries, and diagnosis rates are expected to double by 2040.  Why Are More Men Getting Prostate Cancer? The

14 08, 2022

How Much Physical Activity Do Adults Need?

By |2022-08-14T12:40:16-04:00August 14th, 2022|Cancer Prevention, Prevention|

We all know that daily exercise can have a positive impact on our physical and mental health. It might not be easy to find time for running, cycling, or other activities, but your health deserves to be a priority. So, how much do you need to exercise? Exercise Recommendations For Adults The key to meeting

18 08, 2014

Discover Your Nutritional Style: Out September 15, 2014!

By |2017-11-10T21:04:44-05:00August 18th, 2014|Prevention|

Holli Thompson Foreword by Frank Lipman, MD Do you want to feel good again, have abundant energy, and finally take control of your own health? Wouldn't it be nice to effortlessly release excess weight and return to your natural vibrancy and glow? It's time you make the connection between what's on your plate

18 08, 2014

Is This How We’ll Cure Cancer? – Forbes. By Matthew Herper

By |2017-11-10T21:04:44-05:00August 18th, 2014|Cancer Prevention, Chemo, Prevention|

For 85% of kids with a terrible cancer called acute lymphoblastic leukemia, chemotherapy is a cure–but not for Emily Whitehead. Diagnosed at 5, she suffered an infection from her first round of chemo and nearly lost her legs. Then the cancer came back; she was put into remission once more and scheduled for a bone

16 04, 2013

Why Less Cancer is Important to Me – Post By Martha Fruehauf

By |2017-11-10T21:05:55-05:00April 16th, 2013|Couzens, Couzens Couzens, Martha Fruehauf, National Cancer Prevention Day, Next Generation Choices Foundation, pediatric obesity, Pesticides, Prevention, Toxins|

Martha Fruehauf is a Less Cancer volunteer who's current project is Move Charlottesville for Less Cancer. The event, May 4th will be at the Southern in Charlottesville, Virginia. The event will be featuring the Kentucky Derby at 6pm and dancing at 8pm to the music of the band Love Canon.     Yesterday’s events at

30 03, 2013

Prevention and End of Life-Marginalized in the Cancer Conversation

By |2017-11-10T21:05:56-05:00March 30th, 2013|Couzens, End of LIfe, Less Cancer, Next Generation Choices Foundation, Prevention, Senator Mark Warner, Uncategorized, Virginia|

That could change at least for end of life conversations. This last Wednesday, Senator Warner spent the morning in Northern Virginia leading a roundtable conversation on end-of-life issues with about 50 hospital executives, nurses, religious leaders, advocates for patients and financial planners. The discussion, held in Loudoun County, focused on issues involved in supporting people

9 03, 2013

One More Reason to Love Whole Foods

By |2017-11-10T21:05:56-05:00March 9th, 2013|Ayrshire Farm, Bill Couzens, Couzens, Couzens Wililam U Couzens, Detroit Couzens, Dr. Tom Sherman, Environment, Facebook, Farming, Food, Founder Less Cancer, Gary Hirshberg, GMO, GMOs, Increased Incidences of Cancer, John Couzens, justlabelit.org, KC Graham, Labeling, Leadership, Less Cancer, ORGANIC, pediatric obesity, Pesticides, Prevention, seed, Stonyfield Farm, Stormy Stokes Hood, Thomas M Sherman, Thomas M Sherman MD, Tom Sherman MD, Uncategorized, Veronique Pittman, Virginia, Washington DC, William U Couzens, William Ulrich Couzens|

Picture here (l) is Gary Hirshberg, Co-Founder of Stonyfield FarmBill Couzens(c) Founder of Less Cancer and President, Tom Sherman (r) Chairman of the Board of Less Cancer. The Less Cancer Speaker Series this year with Gary Hirshberg was on GMO's and labeling.     Whole Foods announced that by 2018, all products in

8 02, 2013

Less Cancer Advocate Martha Fruehauf Provides Closing Words- National Cancer Prevention Day

By |2017-11-10T21:05:57-05:00February 8th, 2013|Capitol Hill, Chemo, Climate Change, Couzens, Detroit, Detroit Couzens, Dr. Tom Sherman, Environment, Erica Wiley, Farming, Food, Greg Lam, Hugh Wiley, Increased Incidences of Cancer, Labeling, Lawmakers, Leadership, Less Cancer, Martha Fruehauf, Maryann Donovan, Michigan, MIddleburg, Middleburg Virginia, Nancy Stiles, National Cancer Prevention Day, New Hampshire, New York, ORGANIC, pediatric obesity, Pesticides, Ph.D, Portsmouth New Hampshire, Prevention, Ronald B Herberman, Steve Israel, Stormy Stokes Hood, Veronique Pittman, Virginia, Washington DC, Wayne State University, William U Couzens, William Ulrich Couzens|

Martha Fruehauf Less Cancer advocate provided closing statements for the National Cancer Prevention Day. Martha Fruehauf who gave closing statements at the briefing for National Cancer Prevention Day is  embarking on a 300-mile bicycle ride across the state of Michigan.  Kicking-off the challenge, with Suzi Tobias also a Less Cancer advocate  (Team Girls on

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