December 9, 2019
Ready, Set, Go! Making Travel Plans When You Have Cancer
Sometimes, you just need to get out of town. Whether you’re longing for a break or want to see loved ones, travel can be good for your outlook and your health. If you’re undergoing cancer treatment, getting ready to roam might take a little more preparation... read more
November 13, 2019
Chronic Inflammation and Cancer: What’s the Connection?
You may have heard that chronic inflammation is tied to the development of some serious diseases, including cancer. But how exactly are the two related, and is there anything you can do to keep chronic inflammation levels low? First, the basics... read more
November 1, 2019
Do Antioxidants Prevent Cancer? 5 Things to Know
Antioxidants are often touted as must-haves for optimal health, particularly when it comes to fighting diseases like cancer. But is the buzz justified? The compounds, which are present in foods and available as supplements, can play a key role in fighting... read more
September 20, 2019
Flu Shots for Cancer Patients: Seven Fast Facts
Everyday tasks can fall to the wayside when a family is dealing with cancer. But one must-do needs to stay on everyone’s radar: flu shots. Here are seven things to keep in mind. 1. Most people who’ve had cancer should get a flu shot. “The vast majority of... read more
September 5, 2019
Pelvic Floor Disorders In Women: Physical Therapy Can Help
It can be tough to admit you have a bladder or bowel control problem. And because it’s not a subject most people like to talk about, you may not realize how common pelvic flood disorders (PFDs), such as incontinence, are. According to the American... read more
August 29, 2019
Healthy Habits to Reduce Your Cancer Risk
Almost half of all cancer cases can be prevented. Research over the last 50 years has led us to several different “modifiable” risk factors for cancer, meaning there are steps every one of us can take to decrease our risk for cancer. Many of these healthy... read more