© 2020 MJH Life Sciences and Cure Today. All rights reserved.
© 2020 MJH Life Sciences™ and Cure Today. All rights reserved.
August 15, 2007
Couples' major fights seem to escalate after cancer treatment ends.
How what you eat [and how much you exercise] can affect your cancer risk.
Heal asked readers to tell us about the first time they laughed about something related to their cancer.
A simple lemonade stand started by 4-year-old Alex Scott seven years ago has resulted in more than $12 million donated to research in childhood cancers.
Cheers to Elizabeth Edwards, who isn't letting cancer stop her.
Research for Internet-saavy survivors.
In commemoration [and celebration], survivors create casts of breasts affected by cancer
Pain management policy, from state to state.
Book review of "Here's the Bright Side"
Filmmaker with rare vascular cancer turns lens on herself.
Q&A with Brian Elliott, RN, winner of the 2007 Extraordinary Healer award.
A variety of techniques can help minimize the appearance of surgical scars.
Life is crazy, hospitals are crazy, and catheters are crazier still.
A grim cancer diagnosis provided a new faith in things unseen.
Cancer prevention must be an international effort in the coming decades.
Knowing the specifics of your treatment may matter—and not just to you.
Sheryl Crow tour, Desmond Tutu's cancer recurrence, and cancer survivors on the presidential campaign trail.
Lymphedema, ALL recurrences, and more.
Childhood cancer survivors' follow-up and cancer-related commemorations.
Celebrating survival and the Angel Care Breast Cancer Foundation
Nurses' research article helps pave the way for essential medical care after cancer
For survivors with chronic pain, being informed—and proactive—could prove life changing.
Piecing together your nest egg now may be vital to your health in later years.
Message from Heal Publisher, Susan McClure.
Letters from Heal readers.