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November 6th 2017
July 28th 2017
By Amanda Bontempo
How fresh is your food? Know what's behind those sell-by and best-by dates
July 21st 2017
For people affected by cancer, the idea of starting fresh and with a clean slate is appealing. Here are a few of my favorite food trends.
July 11th 2017
Adequate protein is essential to meet the increased demands of the body, especially during anti-cancer treatment.
July 9th 2017
By Beth Fand Incollingo
Strategies from expert oncology dieticians can help patients to eat an appropriate diet and maintain a healthy weight during and after treatment for ovarian cancer.
July 5th 2017
By Jen Sotham
Cancer not only wages war on our bodies, but also our relationships with food. Are cancer-fighting diets really the answer?
June 27th 2017
By Jane Biehl Ph.D.
A cancer survivor describes the use of diet, exercise and natural products to help boost her immune system.
June 24th 2017
By Len Lichtenfeld, M.D.
Len Lichtenfeld, M.D., Deputy Chief Medical Officer at the American Cancer Society answers the question, “What is the best anti-cancer diet?”
June 22nd 2017
By Bonnie Annis
Finding relief from the painful condition of lymphedema is a challenge, but there is research that using weights may help.
Chances are you or someone you know and love has been touched by heart disease and cancer survivors are at even greater risk.
June 20th 2017
Kale is incredibly popular. It's everywhere.
June 12th 2017
Superfoods provide substances that shield our body from damage
June 8th 2017
Fatigue is one of the most common complaints of patients.
May 11th 2017
Some patients with cancer were once advised to avoid foods such as fresh fruit and vegetables.
May 2nd 2017
By Katie Kosko
A recent study found promise in a new drug that treats cachexia, a progressive wasting syndrome. The trial is currently in canine patients, with hopes to move to human patients in the future.
April 18th 2017
By Amanda Bontempo, MS, RD, CSO, CDN
Amanda Bontempo, MS, RD, CSO, CDN, gives some tips for healthy eating. Join us on 4/18 at 1 PM for our tweetchat, with Bontempo as moderator, to discuss more nutrition.
January 4th 2017
Feeding people is hard, and doing it
December 30th 2016
Even the strictest of eating routines deserve occasional exceptions.
December 29th 2016
The coming of New Year’s Eve can make us feel panicky about our health resolutions.
October 10th 2016
When it comes to nutrition, conflicting ideas can often cloud vision.
September 1st 2016
By Nathalie LeVasseur
Nathalie LeVasseur, fellow at the Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre, discusses diet in breast cancer survivors.
August 23rd 2016
June 10th 2016
By Andrew J. Roth
A large body of work has shown a clear benefit of exercise in reducing the risk of cancer and improving quality of life. But does perception of the exercise experience as enjoyable, or at least palatable, affect adherence or outcomes?
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Breast Cancer Treatment Recommendations May Differ From Ages 69 to 70
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