Here are some great tips for surviving the holidays with cancer from Cure. The holidays are around the corner. While these occasions are meant to be filled with joy, sometimes they become stressful. Expectations and emotions are high. Pressure is placed on having the perfect holiday. For the person affected by cancer, feelings of being overwhelmed[…]
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On September 23rd the lovely Cindy Jaffe will be leading the first session of an 8 Week Yoga Series aptly named: Building a Healthy and Sustainable Yoga Practice. If you would like to increase flexibility, peace of mind and emotional well-being you can Click here for registration information! Cindy was kind enough to indulge us in a little interview[…]
Speaking with your child about cancer can often times feel difficult and overwhelming. A book may serve as a great tool to get this conversation started. A Day With Dr. Waddle by The Center for Basic Cancer Research Chemo to the Rescue: A Children’s Book About Leukemia by Mary Brent Childhood Cancer Survivors: A Practical[…]
Caregiving for a loved one with a cancer diagnosis may lead to periods of stress, anxiety, loneliness and depression. Below are 5 tips that may help you cope: Find Support: Join a support group where you can speak to others who are caring for a family member or friend with cancer. An oncology social worker is[…]
Fall is around the corner and now is the perfect time for your family to try out this healthy and delicious recipe chock full of inflammation fighting ingredients! White Bean Escarole Soup 2 teaspoons olive oil 2 cups diced onions 2 teaspoons chopped garlic 2 teaspoons chopped fresh sage 2 cups vegetable stock 2 cups drained cannellini beans 1/2[…]