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Diet and Exercise

Jeannette Moninger
Research links the two diseases, a double whammy that raises even more health risks, but survivors can manage the chronic condition.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
In this week’s episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer Podcast”, we spoke with Dr. Kathryn Ruble about the role of good sleep hygiene in cancer recovery and mitigating the psychosocial impact of life-changing events like a cancer diagnosis.
 
Rachel J. Wong, RD, CSO, LD.
One oncology dietitian shares her expertise with patients and survivors of cancer on how to maximize their trip to the grocery store by planning their meals ahead of time.
 
Bonnie Annis
Vitamin D is vital for anyone, but for people with cancer it can be especially vital even during social distancing rules.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
Cancer changes one’s life in ways both big and small. One, in particular, is how it changes one's relationship with food. So, CURE asked its audience how cancer changed their relationship with food and how they handle nutrition moving forward.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
On this edition of the “CURE Talks Cancer Podcast” we spoke with oncology dietician Rachel Wong and discussed how patients with cancer and survivors can prioritize their nutrition even during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
 
Christine A. Adamo
Vitamins, herbal medicines and other nutritional products may be more harmful than helpful to individuals with cancer. Check with an expert before taking them.
Katie Kosko
Compared with individuals who never had cancer, survivors age 18-39 had severe concerns regarding daily financial needs, according to a new study.
 
Jessica Skarzynski
CURE®  continues its recipe swap with a recipe from reader Judy S. that makes a quick, hearty and easy weeknight dinner.
Ryan McDonald
Women who consumed the highest level of dietary advanced glycation end products had a higher risk of breast cancer, particularly advanced stage disease, compared with those who consumed the lowest.
 
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