Breast Cancer Care’s experts answer your questions about breast cancer and its treatment PiNK 2018 SPRING p.6-p.7 Q. I’ve been reading about specific diets – particularly ones that avoid dairy foods – for people who’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer. Should I be following one? A. It’s common and understandable to want to do as […]
You might not be able to take a vacation, but you can take some time to de-stress and find some peace and calm in your day-to-day life. From meditation to deep breathing there are several things you can do to stay calm, cool, and collected. (more…)
In this article the celebrity hairstylist David Babaii talks about choosing the right wig, the best haircut to hide thinning hair, and many more hair tips for women undergoing chemotherapy. (more…)
Make yourself as beautiful and bright as the weather this weekend using these home made spa recipes. (more…)
Often we focus more on the physical effects of cancer and cancer treatment, while ignoring the emotional challenges that can arise from a cancer diagnosis. Speaking openly about your experience in individual counseling, a support group, or simply with a friend can help immensely. Read on for more advice and information about cancer trauma. (more…)
Ready to embrace cooking with natural foods but not sure where to start? Cookbook author Heidi Swanson offers insight into building a natural-foods pantry and creating delicious, nutritious meals.
Turn your mood around with these simple steps.
With or without cancer, managing family life today is often a juggling act. Between soccer practice, piano lessons, carpools, homework, laundry, grocery shopping, and cleaning, it can be difficult to find time to prepare healthy dinners…It’s not easy, but it is possible with a little planning. In other words, the best defense is a good […]
We all have basic needs, and it boils down to this: food, shelter, love. Yes, love-and not just romantic love but love in general-the kind that comes from community, connection, and friends. In fact, teenage girls have long known what scientists are just figuring out: we can’t live without our girlfriends.
An increasingly common feature in the healthcare landscape, patient navigators are helping patients find their way through the complex world of cancer care.