What's killing men? Bad aim in the bathroom.
If you're not "shooting straight" when urinating, you may have higher risk of several cancers. A new study found links between poor aim into the toilet bowl and stomach, skin and testicular cancers, in addition to a disease that causes a man's member to be curved.
For women, a breast cancer warning. Even after survivors are given the all clear, they still have to keep checking.
Researchers found breast cancer can go dormant for decades. Survivors take hormonal drugs for five years to stop tumors from returning. Scientists now believe women may soon have to take those drugs even longer.