Paul Raeburn, Everyday Health

Paul Raeburn

Everyday Health

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Paul:

Pain Relief Tips for Advanced Prostate Cancer

When advanced prostate cancer spreads to your bones, it can result in pain. Try these tips to find pain relief. → Read More

Medicare Proposes Covering Acupuncture for People With Chronic Lower Back Pain

In an effort to curb opioid use and stem the current opioid epidemic, the Trump administration has proposed covering acupuncture as an alternative treatment for pain in some Medicare patients. → Read More

The FDA Tightens Regulations on Mammograms, Especially for Women With Dense Breasts

The new FDA regulations would require that women be informed if they have dense breast tissue and the significance of it with regard to mammogram accuracy and breast cancer risk. → Read More

An Immunotherapy-Chemotherapy Combo May Be a New Standard of Care for Squamous Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer

June 6, 2018 A combination of the immunotherapy drug Keytruda (pembrolizumab) and standard chemotherapy reduced the risk of death by 36 percent in patients with metastatic squamous non-small cell lung cancer, or NSCLC, according to a report presented at the 2018 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) in Chicago. The study involved 559 patients with metastatic squamous… → Read More

How Is Hodgkin Lymphoma Treated?

Treatment for Hodgkin disease cures up to 85 percent of all patients and new therapies, including immunotherapies, are improving survival rates with less toxicity. → Read More

Glioblastoma Treatment: How Do Doctors Treat This Brain Tumor?

Glioblastomas are notoriously wily and difficult to treat. Despite that, survival statics are inching up as doctors learn more about how to handle these difficult tumors. → Read More

When Non–Small–Cell Lung Cancer Spreads: What to Expect

Metastatic non–small cell lung cancer is non–small cell lung cancer that has spread to another part of the body. Here’s what you need to know about symptoms, treatment, and prognosis. → Read More

Smokers Wrongly Believe ‘Organic’ Cigarettes Are Healthier

Many smokers assume cigarettes containing organic tobacco means a lesser risk for lung cancer and other diseases related to smoking. But it's not true. → Read More

Does Marijuana Work Against Chemotherapy Nausea?

Chemotherapy can cause debilitating nausea. One patient says that marijuana made the vomiting stop. → Read More

5 Things Cancer Patients Should Know About Medical Marijuana

Many cancer patients consider using medical marijuana to relieve symptoms such as pain, nausea, insomnia, and anxiety. Here's what you need to know before trying it. → Read More

Many Cancer Patients Say Marijuana Relieves Their Symptoms

Many cancer patients use marijuana, or pot, to relieve symptoms like nausea and insomnia. But there are things you need to know before you try it. → Read More

Abdominal Fat Raises Risk for Lung Cancer in Post-Menopausal Women

Post-menopausal women who gain weight around their middle are at greater risk for a variety of cancers, including lung cancer. → Read More

Practicing Yoga Twice a Week Improved Sleep in Women Being Treated for Breast Cancer

Yoga is an easy intervention to alleviate the sleep problems that commonly affect women with breast cancer. → Read More

Electronic Cigarettes Aren’t Heart Healthy Either

Many people swap cigarettes for e-cigarettes assuming they are making a healthier choice. But there are hidden costs to your health, especially your heart, when you decide to quit smoking this way. → Read More

Why Lung Cancer Patients Should Tell Their Doctors if They've Had Hepatitis B

Chemotherapy for lung cancer can reactivate prior cases of hepatitis B. → Read More

Five myths about fatherhood

Yes, men have biological clocks, and they feel pressure to “have it all,” too. → Read More