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December 30th 2022
By Miranda Lankas
Exercising moderately every week has been linked to improved disease outcomes at any BMI in patients with colorectal cancer.
December 13th 2022
By Colleen Moretti
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.
December 5th 2022
A kidney cancer diagnosis may negatively affect a patient’s mental health; however, exercise may help put them at ease.
November 22nd 2022
By Brielle Benyon
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.
November 16th 2022
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.
November 3rd 2022
By Darlene Dobkowski, MA
Stem cell transplants may cause dysgeusia — a disorder that alters a person’s taste —in some patients with multiple myeloma, which is a type of blood cancer. This disorder may have a domino effect on quality of life, although levels may return to normal a few months after the procedure, an expert said.
October 26th 2022
Cancer-related fatigue can be debilitating for many patients and survivors of cancer, but tactics like diet, exercise and other holistic approaches may provide relief for a side effect that effects every part of life.
October 19th 2022
By Mike Hennessy Jr.
Once seen as a malignancy resistant to typical treatments such as chemotherapy, metastatic kidney cancer has come a long way in the past 20 years.
October 18th 2022
A patient with prostate cancer under active surveillance may encounter the fear that their cancer might progress, causing stress and anxiety. However, HIIT workouts may help put them at ease.
October 7th 2022
By Ron Cooper
Walking has played a key role in my cancer experience, as it helps my mental and physical health.
July 18th 2022
Beyond its lessons, cancer has also brought, along with the fear and anxiety, a conviction to empower myself and to create a life that I deserve: One in which joy can triumph over that fear and that anxiety.
June 13th 2022
By CURE staff
As part of its Heal at Home series, CURE® worked with a registered dietitian from Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center to put together several cancer-friendly dishes that everyone can enjoy this summer.
May 24th 2022
Actor and cancer advocate Patrick Dempsey predicts that more focus will be put on complementary cancer care, such as nutrition and environmental factors, over the next several years.
February 18th 2022
CURE® asked its readers to share their difficulties eating after cancer, and what they did to help combat those challenges.
February 15th 2022
After realizing that alcohol and spicy foods were excruciating to consume after treatment, throat cancer survivor Rob Paulsen learned that smoothies were a much healthier — and more soothing — option.
February 12th 2022
By Debbie Legault
As a caregiver to my daughter with breast cancer, I had to get creative in finding ways to help her keep food down after treatments made her nauseous.
February 11th 2022
A speech and swallowing specialist recommends that patients with head and neck cancer who have difficulties chewing and swallowing food eat before attending social situations to mitigate anxiety about eating around others.
February 8th 2022
Patients with cancer, their friends and families can enjoy these guilt-free recipes when sitting down to watch the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals go toe-to-toe during Super Bowl 56 on Sunday.
January 28th 2022
By Jamie Cesanek
Patients who limit alcohol intake during their cancer treatment may experience several health benefits, according to physicians from Tampa Bay Radiation Oncology.
January 25th 2022
A mother of a breast cancer survivor explains how she and her daughter creatively incorporated exercise into her daughter’s daily routine to improve her physical and mental health during treatment.
December 7th 2021
Frail patients older than 70 years who underwent geriatric assessment and received pertinent advice related to those results were more likely to have high-quality conversations with their oncologists about age-related concerns like physical activity and cognition.
November 24th 2021
On this episode of the “Cancer Horizons” podcast, an expert from the Huntsman Cancer Institute explains how physical exercise can help patients with cancer and potentially reduce side effects.
November 9th 2021
Exercising during and after cancer treatment remains important for patients and building up endurance over time can help make goals less daunting, an expert said.
October 4th 2021
CURE®’s first episode of our new cooking show is finally here! We’ll give step-by-step instructions for three delicious recipes to support readers through every step of the cancer process.
October 1st 2021
Lifestyle factors like diet and exercise can play a major role in cancer outcomes. In this article, a clinical dietitian offers advice on healthy eating before and after a cancer diagnosis.
September 30th 2021
A successful cancer treatment process includes more than just surgery, chemotherapy and other treatments: it involves keeping up your wellness from both a physical and mental standpoint, an expert says.
September 24th 2021
A cancer survivor explains how mental stress related to cancer and the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted his nutritional habits.
August 4th 2021
When both groups had a similar cancer risk, individuals who adopted healthy lifestyles tended to have a lower cancer incidence than those who did not.
July 26th 2021
Most people who consume alcohol are unaware that it increases their risk of receiving a diagnosis of cancer, according to an expert.
July 8th 2021
By Dara Chadwick
For some cancer survivors, eating and drinking can become difficult, if not impossible, after treatment.
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