Eating three or more portions of fish per week cuts the risk of bowel cancer, research suggests.
Men who regularly eat yoghurt are at a reduced risk of developing pre-cancerous growths in the bowel, new research suggests.
Bowel cancers are on the rise among under-50s in the UK, according to new studies, prompting calls to lower the screening age.
Technology used to operate space telescopes is being repurposed to revolutionise bowel cancer diagnosis under a multimillion-pound initiative involving the UK Space Agency.
George Alagiah has told of his guilt at using a disabled toilet when he was not visibly disabled but was having to use the facilities due to a stoma bag attached to his stomach.
George Alagiah has spoken about how “tough” it was to discover his bowel cancer had returned.
News that BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen has bowel cancer has led to almost triple the number of visits to an NHS information website.
Jeremy Bowen decided to go public with his bowel cancer diagnosis because if it helps others “it’s time well spent”.
BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen has revealed he is suffering from bowel cancer but is staying positive.
A “three-pronged attack” using a combination of drugs could overcome the challenges of resistance in bowel cancer, new research suggests.
A young Tayside woman fighting bowel cancer has been given the devastating news the disease has spread.
A bowel cancer charity is looking to recruit a team of “life coaches” in Dundee to help people get fit and reduce their risk of developing the disease.
Most of us are lucky enough to be able to get through life without having to fight for our very survival.
Obese or overweight boys who go on to pile on the pounds as teenagers may be more likely to develop bowel cancer, new research suggests.
A young Tayside woman whose life has changed forever because of bowel cancer is urging others to make sure they get themselves checked out.
BBC newsreader George Alagiah said his cancer was caught “very late” and may have been detected earlier if England had similar screening procedures to Scotland.
Less than two-thirds of Taysiders who are sent a bowel cancer screening kit actually take the test, new figures have revealed.
When Sean Reid was diagnosed with bowel cancer, the impact was devastating.
Taysider are less likely to take a lifesaving test for bowel cancer if they live in deprived areas, according to new figures.
A bowel cancer survivor is dedicating his time to telling his inspiring story in a bid to educate others and let them know the disease “can be cured”.