A caregiver’s guide to meeting the nutritional needs of a loved one with cancer.
If you have cancer now or have had it in the past, you are at higher risk for complications from the seasonal flu.
You probably already know that exercise is important. But what if you have cancer?
A growing body of research suggests that cancer survivors who practice these techniques may have improved sleep, more energy, and less anxiety.
Steps for creating sustainable change after a cancer diagnosis.
Here's how you can make exercise a regular part of your life after a cancer diagnosis.
Communities to Recognize Cancer Survivors, Raise Awareness on National Cancer Survivors Day® — Sunday, June 3
Cancer survivors and supporters will come together to celebrate life and raise awareness of the challenges faced by cancer survivors.
Quitting smoking has clear, direct benefits for cancer survivors.
Helping you recover after cancer treatment through impairment-driven cancer rehabilitation.
Feeling drained? You are not alone. Almost all cancer survivors experience fatigue at some point during their treatment or recovery.
Yoga is a mind-body therapy that typically involves three components: physical alignment poses, breathing techniques, and mindful exercise.
Good nutrition is an important part of every cancer survivor’s treatment plan.
How long and how often should I work out? What types of exercise should I do?
For many cancer survivors, exercise and other forms of physical activity are the first things to fall by the wayside after diagnosis.
Each passing year seems to bring new, better, more effective treatments for cancer. And, each year, more people join the growing numbers of cancer survivors.