Five Ways to Cope Well With Cancer and Other Calamities by Janet Jacobsen I've been on a cancer journey for 3 years and I can honestly say that my life has been enriched by the experience. I'd like to share 5 ways I've learned to consciously cope well with cancer. These tips can apply to any kind of life challenge. 5 Tips To Help Tell Your Children You Have Thyroid Cancer by Elaine Savard Telling your children you have thyroid cancer may be one of the worst and hardest things you will ever have to do in life. I am presenting you with some useful tips that I used when I had to tell my daughters. Laser Tattoo Removal May Increase Cancer Risk by Ann Cruz The safety of tattoo ink and laser tattoo removal is in question. The United States Food and Drug Administration's Arkansas-based National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR), has been studying tattoo inks to find out the chemical composition of the inks and how they break down (metabolize) in the body; the short-term and long-term safety of pigments used in tattoo inks and how the human body responds to the interaction of laser and tattoo inks. Many Sides to Bald Barbie by Susan M Beausang Who would've thought Barbie could rise to the pinnacle of cancer politics? And still climbing. In a country in which approximately 12,400 children are diagnosed with cancer each year (and the number keeps climbing), I can see why the topic of childhood cancer could and would touch on raw emotions. Cancer Causes and Risk Factors by Christine M Harrell Cancer refers to numerous diseases that vary in complexity and affect numerous areas of the body. It develops as a result of abnormal cell growth and destroys healthy tissue within the body. Several risk factors and causes of cancer have been identified which may help to reduce the risk of developing the disease. Find out more about the causes and risk factors associated with this disease.