Colonoscopies Save Lives

Oh the colonoscopy. The word alone makes some people cringe. But this one screening can make, literally, a lifetime of difference for the person who has it.

Read the rest of this entry »

March 2014 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your March awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in March 2014.

Read the rest of this entry »

February 2014 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your February awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in February 2014.

Read the rest of this entry »

Colonoscopies save lives – get yours behind you…PLEASE!

Colon cancer is a disease that is top of mind for my family right now. Just this past December, my 82-year-old great-aunt was diagnosed with colon cancer. In her situation, the cancer is terminal, but that doesn’t have to be the case for everyone. Take a minute or two during Colon Cancer Awareness Month to know the symptoms and the early detection procedures, mainly the colonoscopy.

Read the rest of this entry »

March 2013 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your March awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in March 2013.

Read the rest of this entry »

March 2012 Cause Awareness Schedule

Plan your March awareness events with help with SupportStore.com. Here is a list of causes that are making their awarenesses the focus in March 2012.

Read the rest of this entry »

Bottoms Up – Get Your Colonoscopy for Colon Cancer Screening

It’s the birthday present no 50 year old should cringe receiving: the colonoscopy. I can name 10 people off the top of my head that I know of who have had their routine colonoscopy this past year after turning 50, another dozen or so that I’ve been nagging to get one, a handful of those not yet 50 who were recommended to get one (me included) and 2 that, if they hadn’t, would be in far worse shape.

Read the rest of this entry »