by Linda T. Gottlieb, MA, CPT, CET
You probably already know that exercise is an important part of staying healthy and can even help prevent disease. But what if you have cancer? What can exercise do for you?
by Samman Shahpar, MD
Whether you have been newly diagnosed with cancer or have completed treatment, the recovery process is about achieving your highest potential, which not only includes survival but also maintaining function.
by Danielle Peereboom, MPH, Jody Nicoloso, BA, and Frank Leone, MD, MS
Many smokers who have been diagnosed with cancer continue to smoke, though they may not understand why.. Is this the situation you’re finding yourself in? Have you ever wondered why you don’t have the willpower to just stop already? The answer can be found by examining the addictive effect of nicotine on the brain.
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