Those affected by cancer in the Robinvale and Euston communities will benefit from a free upcoming cancer information evening being held at the Robinvale District Health Service on Tuesday 12 April from 7.00pm – 8.30pm.
A major tobacco-industry funded advertising blitz has backfired, with new research revealing the "It won't work, so why do it" campaign persuaded more people to support the plain packaging of cigarettes than oppose it.
Following the terrible human disaster in Japan, newspapers and broadcast media have been covering the issue of radiation and the possibility of it causing cancer.
Yarra council last night voted to investigate outdoor smoking bans in areas such as alfresco dining spaces, parks and playgrounds.
The L'Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival (LMFF) is helping to shift perceptions of tan fans as they embrace natural skin colour at this year's event.
Quit has welcomed news that the British government is moving towards introducing the plain packaging of cigarettes, following the lead of the Australian government.
Cancer Council Victoria today released new statistics revealing melanoma incidence rates continue to rise in Victoria.
New data released today shows that melanoma incidence rates among men and women in rural Victoria are more than one third higher than for those in urban areas, putting this demographic in the most high-risk group for skin cancer in Victoria.
Sombreros and animal costumes are tipped to be the hottest festival fashion items this year after SunSmart announced the results of its 'Win the Golden Ticket' competition today.
An alarming lack of knowledge may be to blame for the fact that many girls aged 12-13 are not having the cervical cancer vaccine, despite it being available free of charge through schools. A new website aims to reverse the trend.