‘Moon River’ Singer Andy Williams Announces He Has Cancer

Andy Williams, singer of the classic “Moon River”,  told fans at a concert in Branson, Missouri, Saturday night that he has bladder cancer. More details after the jump… Wendy L.


Single Men Have A Higher Risk Of Dying From Cancer

According to a new study, men may have another reason to take part of cuffing season this year! BMC Public Health published a survey showing that married men live longer, get paid more money, and have more sex and who doesn’t want that?! The study also shows something interesting, single men are more at risk of dying from cancer than married men. Read more after the jump. @Julie1205


Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz Al Saud Dead at 85

Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz Al Saud, the next heir in line for the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, passed away yesterday at age 85. Prince Sultan was the half-brother of the current King Abdullah and has been sick since undergoing a back surgery last week. Prince Sultan died somewhere in America but Saudi Arabia has not confirmed where, it is believed that he passed in a New York City hospital. Prince Sultan has also been going through cancer treatments since 2009 for colon cancer. Read more after the jump. @Julie1205


Tech Talk News: Is There A Link With Cell Phones And Cancer?

I know someone has told you once about the risk of cell phone usage and cancer. A government study was recently released on radiation absorption from cell phone usage recently. Well another study has emerged to settle the rumor. Check out the results of the study after the jump before you make your next phone call. WZA on Google+ X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+


Mom With Cancer Refused Chemotherapy To save Life Of Unborn Child

The decisions and risk we take for our children. A cancer-stricken Oklahoma mom shared only a few precious moments with her newborn daughter after she made a decision to refuse chemotherapy and trade her life to save the baby. This woman literally gave her life for her child. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. @WiL


(Video) Tech Talk: Remembering Steve Jobs

Stay with us at #IFWT throughout the day as we mourn the death of innovator Steve Jobs. Might as well begin with a video where it all started, Steve Jobs presenting the first Macintosh. A lot of us are reading this from our iMac, Macbook, iPhone etc and we weren’t even born yet during this recording. Crazy. Peep the beginning of innovation jump.   WZA on Google+ X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+


Mom Shaves Her 5 Year Old’s Head To Pretend He Had Cancer So She Could Collect Benefts For 2 Years

Some people would do anything and everything to get free money. A mother claimed benefits by pretending that her five year old had cancer. She even went as far as making the young boy believe he was sick and could not participate in activities with other kids his age. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. @WiL


NFL: Former Titans Offensive Coordinator Mike Heimerdinger Dies at 58

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl Mike Heimerdinger, a former offensive coordinator for the Tennessee Titans, Denver Broncos and New York Jets, died Friday night after a nearly year-long battle with a rare form of cancer. He was 58.


Auto Talk: Fiat supports cancer research with 500 Pink Ribbon Edition

Seeing ribbons on cars is nothing new. And we’re not even talking about the gift-wrapping kind. We mean ribbons for causes, whether it’s “support our troops” or “bring them home”, or more often than not, in support of a cure for cancer. But while those are typically glued onto a car’s trunk-lid or a truck’s tailgate, Fiat and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation are taking things one step further with the 500 Pink Ribbon edition. Funk Flex Find Flex On Google+


Georgia City Bans Cancer Campaign Featuring Bras

Officials in Savannah, Ga., say they do not want bras displayed on a city street even if the goal is to raise breast cancer awareness. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. @WiL


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