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The Costs of Cancer: How to Lessen the Financial Impact
1.15.2019 hopeful

There are costs associated with fighting cancer: treatment, time off from work, help with household chores and more. Learn how to plan for the financial impact and get assistance.

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Support Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
1.15.2019 hopeful

Thanks to improved screening and vaccination, women can effectively protect themselves from cervical cancer. Here are five things you can do to help spread the word about cervical cancer prevention this January.

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5 Tips for Handling Caregiver Criticism
1.15.2019 hopeful

Many caregivers report feelings of being criticized by the people they love most, even while they may feel like they are devoted wholly to their caregiving duties. Criticism may be particularly hard to accept, when you are already feeling stress and anxiety.

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Whipped Sweet Potatoes With Ginger and Cardamom
1.15.2019 hopeful

Sweet potatoes sometimes get short shrift, especially after the holidays. Once you’ve baked them, mashed them or covered them in cinnamon butter or a sticky layer of marshmallows, what’s left to do with this humble spud?

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Easy Chicken and White Bean Soup
1.10.2019 hopeful

Packed with protein, rotisserie chicken can be used as the basis for an array of meals. To boost the nutritional content of this hearty Italian-inspired soup add some fresh baby spinach to the finished dish.

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4 New Year’s Resolutions for Cancer Patients During Treatment

Even in the face of cancer treatment, it’s possible to make resolutions that will improve your physical and mental well-being, and provide clarity and optimism about your future. Here are four suggestions for achievable new year’s resolutions that may be beneficial.

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