Master Sergeant Marty Hogan formally transferred the official Nylen Cancer Center’s Honorary Race Ambassador baton to his emissary, Denny Gann, in a brief ceremony Thursday, June 9 at Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve. Hogan, served as the spokesperson from the 185th Air Refueling Wing, as the Cancer Center’s race ambassador group at the annual event […]
Did you know that only 8 percent of the population meets the recommendation by health authorities to consume three or more servings of whole grain per day? Whole grains may help lower risk for certain cancers, coronary heart disease and stroke and help with weight management. There are many reasons to choose whole-wheat products over […]
The National Cancer Survivors Day Event scheduled for Tuesday, June 21 at the Sioux City Explorer’s field has been postponed and will be held Thursday, June 30.
The USDA unveiled a new symbol for healthful eating this month, abandoning the nearly 20 year old food guide pyramid. The new guide is a plate consisting of four colored sections, for fruit, vegetables, grains, and protein. Beside the plate is a smaller circle for dairy suggesting milk or yogurt. Fruits and vegetables section take […]
Kensington Sunless Tanning, Sioux City, IA raised $1,260 Thursday, May 26 for the June E. Nylen Cancer in a special one-day promotion at their business. Manager Robin Wolff supported the Cancer Center by sponsoring Glow & Give and donating the day’s sales of sunless tanning products and services to support the SOS: Serving Our Sisters […]