Gary Hirshberg, Co-Founder Chairman of Stonyfield Farm Gary Hirshberg, Co-Founder and Chariman of Stonyfield Farm,will be speaking for Less Cancer a campaign of Next Generation Choices Foundation on Thursday, October 18, 2012 the Music Hall Loft at 131 Congress Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The event starts at 5:30pm please email info(at)lesscancer(dot)org for more
For the story in USA TODAY CLICK HERE At least 170,000 cases of skin cancer each year are linked to indoor tanning, according to an analysis published online Tuesday in the British medical journal BMJ. Indoor tanners are 67% more likely to develop the more serious squamous-cell carcinomas compared with those who have never tanned indoors,
Less Cancer Founder Bill Couzens, Brother Frank and Sister Anne Couzens This week I have tried to wash the cancer away. I have showered time and time again, scrubbing my skin hoping the events of last week are all a bad dream never to return. But its not, Cancer has once again
I remember Elaine had spent a year complaining about leg pain before being dianosed with a blocked artery by a vascular doctor. Until that point she'd been told she needed back surgery for a compressed disc. Her fear of surgery kept her searching for another diagnosis, though, and she eventually found her way to Mind Over
I am conflicted by this heart -wrenching photo taken by life long friend Less Cancer board member - Journalist- Miles O'Brien of his dear sister Aileen. This is not how I want to see my friend Aileen, and yet I am stirred by the story this picture tells. I am moved by the authenticity of
This morning Next Generation Choices Foundation/ Less Cancer board member-journalist Miles O'Brien lost his beloved sister, Aileen to Breast Cancer. Aileen who was born in Grosse Pointe Michigan spent the later part of her life in Vero Beach, Florida. In addition to her devoted brother Miles, Aileen is survived by two daughters Katie and Aileen.
In a recent post in the Washington Post blogs by Jennifer LeRue Huget The American Cancer Society Action Network is suggesting that sugary drinks need to be looked at the with the same scrutiny we look at Cigarette Smoking. And while no one is arguing with the fact that these sugary drinks need to be looked at
Let me just preface this by saying I understand that not everyone shares identical goals. I also understand that when they share goals it may look different to one person than it does to another - or me. That's why Less Cancer works with everyone, why we avoid the politics as we work to stop