Chicken Soup for Mind, Body and Soul

Chicken Soup for Mind, Body and Soul

Fall has arrived and with it, cooler temperatures (fingers crossed). Nothing tastes as good on a cold day as a warm bowl of chicken soup. For many, chicken soup brings back memories of childhood and carefree youth. A cancer diagnosis can be hard, and we do all we can to bring out the positive aspects […]

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University Cancer Centers Recipes and Tips for Cancer Prevention

University Cancer Centers Recipes and Tips for Cancer Prevention

Nutrition is important, and no one knows that better than the staff and doctors at University Cancer Centers. The University Cancer Centers blog offers patients a variety of cancer preventative recipes that are heart healthy, nutritious, and in many ways a great way to prevent cancer. Unfortunately, in some cases, cancer can’t be prevented, but […]

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Skin Cancer : Who is at risk?

Skin Cancer : Who is at risk?

We know we’ve been talking about it a lot, and that’s because its serious business – skin cancer isn’t something to play around with. Sure, you yearn for sun-kissed skin now, but when you’re fighting a skin cancer diagnosis it isn’t all fun and games. Over 90% of non-melanoma skin cancers are associated with overexposure to ultraviolet […]

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Celebrate National Women’s Health Week

Celebrate National Women’s Health Week

Celebrate women’s health this week. May 13 – 19, 2018 is National Women’s Health Week, an entire week dedicated to empower women to make their health a priority. National Women’s Health Week is an observance led by the United States Department of Health and Human Services and offers women events, and education to understand the […]

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The Link Between Spirituality and Cancer

The Link Between Spirituality and Cancer

Spirituality is important. Many people turn to spirituality when they receive a cancer diagnosis because it gives them something to believe in, and comforts them during what for some is an overwhelming time. Spirituality doesn’t necessarily mean patients become religious, but rather discover and nurture a sense of peace, purpose and a connection to others. […]

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