Approximately 70 New Jersey residents under the age of 30 were diagnosed with the disease in 2015, which is three times the number of cases diagnosed a decade ago.
The state wins another round in the fight over funding state employee pensions. The state Supreme Court's given Gov. Christie a pass on paying an extra $1.5 billion. Unions call it a travesty and vow ...
Statistics show colon cancer occurs more frequently and earlier for African-Americans.
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Doctors use colonoscopies to detect colon cancer, which often doesn't cause any symptoms until late stages.