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For many cancer survivors, weight gain is an unwelcome side effect. But incorporating healthy lifestyle habits can help.
An interview with Elizabeth Archer-Nanda, DNP, APRN, the president of the American Psychosocial Oncology Society
Integrating yoga into evidence-based cancer care
Demonstrating the power of yoga, tai chi, massage, diet, exercise, acupuncture and other integrative oncology practices
Using mindfulness meditation and yoga to improve the lives of people with cancer
Becoming a patient advocate during her mom’s ovarian cancer journey led to her life’s work to improve the cancer experience.
People with melanoma can modify lifestyle factors such as diet, stress and the gut microbiome to improve treatment outcomes.
Cancer survivors who had developed skills for coping with uncertainty were not spared the stress of COVID-19, finds researchers.
As an organization whose mission is to improve cancer care globally, NCCN stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people.
To be sick at Christmas is a bummer. Sick with COVID would be worse.
How to reap the benefits of napping.
There’s big news about metabolism from recent study findings that is shaking up our understanding of how metabolism changes with age.
Whether your place of work is in your home or another building, poor sleep makes it tough to finish your work and get through each day.
A good night’s sleep isn’t as simple as getting the recommended 7 to 9 hours each night. Pay attention to sleep quality too.
These simple practices can help a person calm down, cope with stressful situations, relieve stress and unwind.
Have you ever thought about how your sleep and mental health are connected?
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