April 17, 2019
Steps You Can Take to Decrease Your Risk for 5 Common Cancers
There’s no guaranteed way to prevent cancer. But there are things you can do to help reduce your risk. Especially when it comes to five common cancer types - breast, cervical, colorectal, lung, and melanoma. Best of all, getting started may be easier than... read more
April 15, 2019
Your Questions about the Keto Diet Answered
Google “keto diet” and page after page will pop up about this popular diet. Many people are using it to lose weight. But is it a healthy choice for people with cancer? Learn what Karen Vincek, RD, LDN, a registered dietician at Fox Chase Cancer Center, has... read more
April 9, 2019
Still Smoking? Get the Help You Need to Quit
Everyone knows that ditching tobacco is good for your health. Quitting smoking offers immediate health benefits and is a good idea no matter when you started or how long you have smoked. The benefits of quitting smoking Stopping smoking offers the most... read more
March 27, 2019
Intimacy After Breast Cancer
Being comfortable with your body and enjoying intimacy can be a challenge after breast cancer. It’s different for every woman, but some issues, both physical and emotional, are common. Fortunately, there are aids and strategies that can make adjusting to... read more
March 20, 2019
11 Actions You Can Take to Support Cancer Patients
Cancer has a way of putting things into perspective. No matter how it’s touched your life - whether you’re a survivor, are undergoing treatment, or have a loved one who’s been through it - cancer can be such a tough journey that it makes you grateful for... read more
March 20, 2019
Coping With Cancer When You’re Single
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is always hard. But when you’re single or living alone, it can sometimes be even more difficult. You might be used to doing things on your own if you don’t have a partner or spouse. However, now isn’t the time to try to go... read more