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Cancer treatment may lead to cognitive impairment, such as memory loss and trouble concentrating. But you can mend your mind.
Researchers examined the differences in colon cancer incidence in relation to levels of physical activity at different stages of life.
Making exercise an integral part of cancer care and treatment
Key findings from four decades of research by the American Institute for Cancer Research
How the BfitBwell program in the University of Colorado Cancer Center helps survivors get their lives back
People who sit less and do any amount of physical activity gain some health benefits.
Actress Elisa Donovan discusses her cancer prevention advocacy with the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR).
New studies find that sitting less, and moving more, improves quality of life for colorectal cancer survivors.
Results of new study find muscle quality significantly correlates with symptom burden, healthcare utilization, and survival.
Just in time for spring: gadgets, gear, products and stories to help heal your mind, body and spirit
Julie Mizraji, who is living with metastatic breast cancer, ran her half-marathon birthday race with a little help from her friends.
Experts at American Institute for Cancer Research discuss breast cancer risk factors and recommendations on how to lower the risk.
“The whole idea that it’s a risky place to be…around the world, we just aren’t seeing those numbers anywhere."
One California nonprofit makes it easy for people with cancer to work with a personal trainer certified in exercise oncology.
Yolanda Brunson-Sarrabo, CPT, NASM, is the author of “Another Face of Multiple Myeloma.”
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