Maintaining good nutrition during and after cancer treatment is essential for recovery.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, there’s a good chance – scientifically speaking – that rehabilitation can help improve your daily function.
There’s no doubt about it; a cancer diagnosis – of any kind – has a way of challenging your emotional well-being.
Try these simple tricks for getting the nutrition you need during cancer treatment.
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It has been six years since the American College of Sports Medicine published their recommendations that all cancer survivors should strive to avoid inactivity.
Sleep is essential for our bodies to restore our energy and recharge to keep us going.
The following tips will guide you through the right foods to eat to help ease common side effects of cancer treatment.
One thing most survivors can control is nutrition.
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