Hudson Valley See Co.’s Self-Watering Microgreens Kit ($59.95)

Bring the restorative power of healthy gardening indoors with Hudson Valley Seed Co.’s Self-Watering Microgreens Kit ($59.95), which includes a 5.25-inch-square terra-cotta pot, organic soil pellets for four plantings and packets of seeds to grow radishes, beets, arugula and komatsuna Asian greens. You only have to water your seeds once a week (helpful for new or absentminded gardeners) to grow a steady supply of deeply flavorful, nutrient-dense baby greens to add to your meals.

Autralian Gold X-Treme Sport Spray Gel ($11.46, 8 oz.)

Autralian Gold X-Treme Sport Spray Gel ($11.46, 8 oz.)

Ready to go outside? Not without good sun protection! Australian Gold X-Treme Sport Spray Gel ($11.46, 8 oz.) is one of Good Housekeeping’s 10 Best Sunscreens for its value and reliability. The broad-spectrum formula is SPF 50, water resistant up to 80 minutes and includes antioxidants and moisturizers for extra protection and care. It’s also PABA-, dye-, alcohol- and gluten-free and never tested on animals. Spray on a good coat, and safely enjoy the spring sunshine. Tip: To protect your face, spray it on your hands first before rubbing it on. 

Malignant: How Bad Policy and Bad Evidence Harm People with Cancer ($32,95, Johns Hopkins University Press)

“Malignant: How Bad Policy and Bad Evidence Harm People with Cancer” ($32,95, Johns Hopkins University Press)

In Malignant: How Bad Policy and Bad Evidence Harm People with Cancer ($32.95, Johns Hopkins University Press), Vinayak K. Prasad, MD, MPH, a hematologist-oncologist, tackles the thorny topic of cancer drugs—how they’re developed, why they cost what they do and whether they provide real benefits. Prasad’s critique of drug policy and practice also includes a chapter on how people with cancer can advocate for their own best care and treatment. (See "Asking the Right Questionsfor more.)

EZbra (from $150 for five)

EZbra (from $150 for five) (Model(s) used for illustrative purposes only)

Designed by a breast cancer survivor in consultation with physicians, the EZbra (from $150 for five) is a sterile, disposable, breathable post-surgery bra. It’s easy to put on and adjust to your desired level of compression without help. It’s also absorbent and adhesive-free (to avoid risk of skin injury), allows for simple drain management and can be worn discreetly.

Bager Sore Muscle Rub ($9.99, 2 oz.)

Bager Sore Muscle Rub ($9.99, 2 oz.)

Ease aches and pains with Badger Sore Muscle Rub ($9.99, 2 oz.), made with cayenne pepper and ginger to warm the skin and rosemary and extra-virgin olive oil to soften it. This certified organic natural balm can soothe muscle soreness caused by stress, cancer treatment or cancer itself and is non­irritating for sensitive skin. Apply it via a gentle massage to stimulate circulation and loosen tight muscles.