About 54 million Americans could easily break a bone due to poor bone health. Bone fractures can lead to surgeries with complications and reduced quality of life. What are some practical ways to manage your bone health? Keep reading to learn more about the importance of good bone health and how to keep your bones [...]
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A brighter outlook on life can help patients better manage their cancer treatments. In fact, many patients with psycho-social issues like depression and anxiety have a higher risk for hospital readmission. According to the National Cancer Institute, one in three people with cancer experience emotional or emotional distress. Learning how to stay positive can make a (you guessed [...]
Getting through a cancer diagnosis is one of the most difficult things a human being can face. The fact that many people beat breast cancer and go on to live amazing lives is proof of the resilience of mankind. The important role that breast cancer support groups play in the mental health of patients should [...]
You might already know that cancer care is not inexpensive, but did you know the average cost of cancer treatment is about $150,000? Cancer treatment can last for an extended period of time as the patient's medical team works to contain or kill the cancerous cells. And as you can imagine, the longer the treatment, the [...]
Leukemia cells and scienctist testing in laboratory Someone is diagnosed with blood cancer about every three minutes in the U.S. New cases of blood cancer account for 10 percent of new cancer diagnoses each year. Early diagnosis and treatment of Leukemia are major factors in survival rates. Read on to learn more about some of the early [...]
It's difficult to know what to do when you get the news that you have cancer. It's also a very challenging scenario when it's your parent who is faced with the diagnosis. It's hard to know what to do, what to say, and how to support them to the best of your ability. While we can [...]
Have you heard of World Lung Cancer Day? Are you looking for a positive inlet to modern lung cancer treatment and research? This year, the world has dedicated a day to lung cancer. All members of the world, from the school systems to specialized facilities, are coming together to make a change in the cancer community and the [...]
Sarcoma (cancer related) diagnosis medical concept on tablet screen with stethoscope. In 2017 around 9.6 million people around the world died from various types of cancer. If you or a loved one haven't received a cancer diagnosis, odds are you know someone who has. Perhaps you even know someone who has been affected by Sarcoma. [...]
diverse women united with breast cancer awareness ribbon Receiving a cancer diagnosis is one of the most devastating things that can happen to someone. It invades every part of their life: their health, their work, their family and their relationships. And with the physical and emotional toll of treatment, you're left with a [...]
Did you know that cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the US? Have you seen the pink ribbons some health organizations distribute in October? Pink ribbons in October represent breast cancer. Cancer awareness groups and health organizations distribute these ribbons for breast cancer awareness. There are different months and colors for different kinds of cancer. [...]