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A brisk walk or laps around the pool could improve overall well-being.
Cancer Health blogger Jeff Neurman, 46, lives in Dix Hills, New York, with his wife, two sons and their dog.
Move your body for better health, especially before, during and after cancer treatment. Do whatever you can; it all helps.
One California nonprofit makes it easy for people with cancer to work with a personal trainer certified in exercise oncology.
Researchers reached this conclusion using a cutting-edge form of genetic analysis.
Experts say that exercise should be the standard treatment for people with cancer.
Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo, CPT, NASM, is the author of “Another Face of Multiple Myeloma.”
Space travel and chemotherapy affect the body similarly, and yet only astronauts undergo physical conditioning to help them stay strong.
Researchers found that having a heart attack was associated with a higher risk of developing cancer.
A conversation with Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH
A consortium of health providers and researchers hopes to raise public awareness of how exercise can benefit those living with cancer.
Women who’ve had breast cancer surgery were once told not to exercise strenuously to avoid lymphedema. That was the opposite of the truth.
“This study is exciting because we found that exercise had a direct biological effect on human breast tumor,” says Jennifer A. Ligibel, MD...
Lack of time, training and fear of causing distress are to blame, according to a new study.
Here’s the 4-1-1.
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