For cancer patients with weakened immune systems, catching a virus can lead to severe health complications. So, if you’re planning on attending or throwing a BBQ this summer, keep these food safety tips in mind to make sure you, your friends and your family stay healthy.Read More
Recent research suggests that too much rest or inactivity can lead to further problems, including muscle deterioration, a reduced range of motion, and a diminished sense of emotional well-being, self esteem and health. Exercise is possible during cancer treatment, and can even help to improve your quality of life.Read More
New developments in technology give cancer patients and their caregivers easy ways to stay organized and decrease stress while living with cancer. These apps can help ease some of the common side effects of cancer treatment, and help keep you organized and healthy.Read More
Researchers followed nearly 90,000 women, ages 25 to 42, for more than 20 years. They found that those who watched seven to 14 hours of TV a week were 70 percent more likely to develop colorectal cancer than those who watched less TV.Read More
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