Diet and Exercise
Exercise Improves Physical Abilities in Patients With Multiple Myeloma
Patients with multiple myeloma who are undergoing systemic treatment can see improvements from exercise, a recent study shows.
Treatments, Lifestyle Can Help Cancer Survivors With Hormone Deficiency
Lifestyle changes and remedies such as topical estrogen can be of assistance to cancer survivors dealing with hormone deficiencies, as one expert tells CURE.
Baked Potatoes and Strawberry Boost Got Me Through Chemo
During chemotherapy, strawberry-flavored Boost and baked potatoes were the only things I would eat — but this nourishment ended up representing much more.
Warm Up With Fall Recipes
The new season calls for a new set of nutrient-rich recipes — ones with the perfect blend of fresh vegetables and hearty flavors.
Prehab Helps Patients Become Fit for or ‘Bounce Back’ from Cancer Treatment
Prehabilitation can help patients become eligible for certain cancer treatments, or also help them recover from therapies, while also improving their overall health and fitness, an expert explained.
CURE Diet and Exercise Webinar
In conjunction with Cancer Champions, CURE® recently hosted the “Educated Patient® Webinar: An Overview of Diet and Exercise in Cancer Care."
Exercise Can Strengthen the Immune Systems in Patients with Myeloma
Supervised exercise can help to improve the immune system for patients with myeloma, recent research showed.
Vitamin D May Impact Colorectal Cancer Outcomes
Recent research found that patients who supplemented their vitamin D intake tended to have improved colorectal cancer outcomes.
Low-Carb, Plant-Rich Diet ‘Appears to be Beneficial For Women With Breast Cancer’
Eating a plant-rich low-carbohydrate diet for survivors of breast cancer leads to better longevity, according to recent research.
A Healthy Lifestyle Will Help Patients Get Through Myeloma Treatment
It is essential for patients to live a healthy lifestyle while undergoing treatment for multiple myeloma, an expert said.
4 Steps to a Delicious, Healthy Smoothie for Cancer Survivors
Drink this between meals to help gain or maintain a healthy weight during and after cancer treatment.
Unintended Weight Loss May Be the First Sign of Cancer
For patients with a history of cancer or who are genetically predisposed to it — as well as the general population — unintended weight loss may be the first sign of the disease, research showed.
Diet May Impact Symptom Burden in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms
Patients with MPNs should consult with their treating physician to individualize a healthy, nutritious diet to help ease symptoms.
Doctor, Cancer Survivor and Marathoner Goes the Distance for Her Patients: ‘Now I Can Just Give’
Dr. Dawn Mussallem of the Mayo Clinic tells CURE®’s “Cancer Horizons” podcast about how surviving stage 4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and being a heart transplant recipient helps her connect with her patients.
A Look at the Nutritional Impacts of an AML or MDS Diagnosis
Acute myeloid leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome may affect nutritional status, and more work is needed to ensure that patients are getting the food intake that they need, researchers found.
For Young Breast Cancer Survivors, Doctor Attention to Exercise Is Key
Researchers have found that nothing beats direct attention from a care provider to inspire exercise among young women who have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
Postsurgical Exercise May Improve Survival in Stage 3 Colon Cancer
Patients with stage 3 colon cancer who reported physical activity after surgical resection may derive a survival benefit and may prolong disease recurrence.
From Bedside to the Starting Line, a Patient Bonds With Her Oncologist Through Running
A marathon runner who was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma learned that what she enjoyed doing before cancer could help her regain her energy and identity during and after treatment.
Mediterranean Diet May Boost Immunotherapy Outcomes
Patients with advanced melanoma who followed the Mediterranean diet tended to have improved responses to immunotherapy treatment, recent research showed.
What I Wish I Knew Before Cancer
My cancer diagnosis taught me to speak up and ask, “What do I need to know?” and “What can I be doing for myself?”
‘I Was Winning and the Cancer Wasn’t’
Exercise, from walking to running, allows patients to take control of their bodies at a time when things may feel out of reach during their cancer journey.
Going the Distance After a Cancer Diagnosis
Serious athletes may benefit from the training they did before diagnosis, but that doesn't mean it's too later for anyone to start movement during their cancer journey.
Better Nutrition Can Help People With Cancer
An expert offers feasible tips on how patients with cancer can eat better — from incorporating quick and easy protein sources to effective supermarket shopping strategies.
Separating Mainstream Diets From Oncology Nutrition
A nutritionist discussed the difference between mainstream diets and oncology nutrition, and how patients with cancer can ensure they’re on the right track to being well-nourished throughout cancer treatment.
Healthy Diet May Improve Side Effects for Lymphoma Survivors
Cancer survivors who are experiencing side effects from treatment, such as chronic fatigue, may benefit from a healthier diet.
Moderate Exercise May Significantly Impact Outcomes in Colorectal Cancer
Exercising moderately every week has been linked to improved disease outcomes at any BMI in patients with colorectal cancer.
Yoga May Improve Quality of Life, Survival in Patients With Non-Metastatic Breast Cancer
Improvements may not be seen right away, but patients with non-metastatic breast cancer should stay compliant to practicing yoga to possibly improve quality of life, according to an expert.
‘Any Exercise Is Better Than No Exercise’ to Potentially Improve Mental Health in Patients With Kidney Cancer
A kidney cancer diagnosis may negatively affect a patient’s mental health; however, exercise may help put them at ease.
High Sugar Intake May Lead to Premature Aging in Childhood Cancer Survivors
Childhood cancer survivors who had high daily sugar intake — especially when it came to sweetened beverages — had an increased risk of premature aging-related health complications, according to recent research.
Most Patients Want Complementary Therapies at the Start of Cancer Care
While most patients want to learn more about complementary therapies, like exercise and nutrition, before undergoing cancer treatment, barriers exist to both patients and clinicians, research found.
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