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Five Flu Fallacies

Think you know how to prevent the flu? Understanding some basic flu facts is the key to protecting ourselves and others from infection.

Flu Can Hit Cancer Patients Hardest

Weakened immune systems can lead to life-threatening complications. Flu shots are OK, but no nasal spray, doctors say.

Fat Tuesday Doesn’t Have to Live up to Its Name

Celebrate the holiday by eating the colors of Carnival instead of reaching for King Cake.

Ladies, Under 50? You Might be at Risk for Stomach Cancer

A new study finds that incidents of lower gastric cancer are rising for non-Hispanic whites, particularly women.

On the Go from Moffitt's Revenue Cycle to the Pit Lane

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! If you’re watching the Daytona 500 on Feb. 18 you may see a familiar face in Pit Lane.

Do DNA Test Kits Put Your Privacy on the Line?

Users should be aware of the potential privacy concerns before buying (or gifting) at-home DNA test kits.

New Florida Bill Would Mandate HPV Vaccine for Public School Students

A bill has been introduced in the Florida Legislature that would require public school students to be vaccinated for human papillomavirus, or HPV.

Cervical Cancer Q&A with Dr. Chon

Dr. Hye Sook Chon, a gynecologic oncologist at Moffitt Cancer Center, answers frequently asked questions about cervical cancer.

Dog Tags Returned to World War II Vet 74 Years after Being Lost in Normandy

When Boris Stern received a phone call that his dog tags were found 74 years after he lost them while fighting during WWII, he thought it was a scam.