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Enjoy this Thanksgiving in moderation. But know that I have a recovery guide for getting you back on track no matter how your holiday looks.
This song’s refrain is what we must cling to—you can only try the best you can.
Try to do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity every week.
Julie Mizraji, who is living with metastatic breast cancer, ran her half-marathon birthday race with a little help from her friends.
When you are still alive with Stage IV lung cancer fourteen years after being diagnosed, people want to know why.
A new study finds that lifestyle interventions can reduce the likelihood of developing an obesity-related cancer by 16%.
Doctors have used immunotherapy to treat a variety of cancers for almost five decades, and results continue to be encouraging.
Many people with fatty liver disease have obesity, diabetes and other metabolic conditions.
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Jennifer Ligibel, MD, is a medical oncologist specializing in breast cancer at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
Julie Mizraji is the intramural sports coordinator at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. She has metastatic breast cancer.
So much of cancer is about waiting. But in a world that can make you feel powerless, taking steps toward wellness can help you take charge.
An interview with integrative medicine specialist Gary Deng, MD, MPH, on strengthening the body while managing treatment side effects.
The Institute for Prostate Cancer Research has launched a series of exercise videos for people with prostate cancer.
Growth-oriented changes may be helping me to fight cancer, but one critical thing has never changed since I was first diagnosed.
Replacing 30 minutes of sedentary time with physical activity can reduce that risk, study shows.
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