Diet and Exercise
Eating After My Cancer Treatment Was So Painful, It Felt Like I Had Strep Throat for 1 Year
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.
Tiny Dishes and Silent Persistence: How I Got My Daughter to Eat During Cancer Treatment
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.
Expert Sheds Light on Ways Patients With Cancer and Impaired Eating Function Can Approach Social Situations
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.
6 Cancer-Friendly, Super Food Recipes for Super Bowl Parties
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.
Limiting Alcohol Consumption During Cancer Treatment May Improve Health, Lessen Risk for Additional Diagnoses
Patients who limit alcohol intake during their cancer treatment may experience several health benefits, according to physicians from Tampa Bay Radiation Oncology.
‘Let’s Take the Stairs:’ How I Encouraged My Daughter to Get Exercise During Cancer Treatments
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.
Geriatric Assessments May Open the Door to High-Quality Conversations About Frailty and Aging-Related Concerns in Older Patients With Advanced Cancer
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.
Expert Answers Common Questions on Exercising During and After Cancer Treatment
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.
Patients With Cancer Should ‘Keep Moving Through Treatment’ to Potentially Mitigate Side Effects
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.
Heal at Home: 3 Easy, Healthy Recipes for Patients With Cancer
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.
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