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Diet and Exercise
Cancer Destroyed My Figure so I Ate to Comfort Myself
After I lost my real breasts, I gave up hope of ever having a "nice" body again.
Surviving Breast Cancer and its Side Effects One Exercise at a Time
Exercises specifically designed for breast cancer survivors are helpful after surgery and years out, if we remember to do them!
Risk of Breast Cancer Death Could Be Reduced by Low-Fat Diet
Two oncology dietitians weigh in on the results of a recent study that show a low-fat diet rich in fruits, vegetables and grains can reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer.
A Taste for Wellness: Meals in Under 45 Minutes
Jessica Iannotta, M.S., RD, CSO, CDN
Breakfast, lunch and dinner options that require minimal prep work and time.
Taking Back Control: Exercise and Nutrition Boost Survivor Well-Being
Survivors find that physical activity and sound nutrition lower health risks and boost well-being.
Findings Confirm Exercise Benefit for Kidney Cancer Survivors
Kidney cancer survivors who follow recommendations for physical activity experience improved quality of life, but few individuals adhere to the guidelines, according to recent findings.
Food Anxiety: How Cancer Changed the Way I Eat
Since being diagnosed with cancer, I can't walk into a grocery story without hearing B.B. King sing "The Thrill is Gone." My relationship with food changed, and I often wonder if we'll ever be able to fall in love again.
New Issue Alert: CURE Winter 2019
Katie Kosko and Brielle Benyon
We've got a sneak peek at what’s inside our Winter 2019 issue.
Robin McConnell, M.S., RD, CSO
An expert from John Theurer Cancer Center shares three recipes to help fight winter’s germs.
CURE's Top 5 Stories: February 2019
Here are the top 5 CURE stories for February 2019.
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