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Journaling in your 50s

Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing. It is a self-care tool to encourage deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery. Therapeutic writing can help you heal, grow, and thrive. This tool focuses on managing issues around care…

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Young Adult and Teen Cancer

Young Adult and Teen Cancer Pocket Guide

Health-care providers and researchers know that adolescents and young adults, or AYAs, face unique challenges. These are mostly related to dealing with a disease during the life stages where you would normally focus on building your adult life through school or training, work, relationships, and family. It's important to have a strong understanding of the impact cancer can have on these age groups.
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Sexual Health

Cancer and Sexual Health Pocket Guide

Your sex life doesn’t have to end when you are diagnosed with cancer. What’s likely, though, is that it will change, just as it changes with other life events. Cancer has physical, mental, and emotional effects on your sex life. It’s important to emotionally prepare for the changes that may occur and eventually adjust to the change that you have experienced because of cancer treatment.
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The State Of Supplements – Infographic

A large majority of Americans take supplements, and many have increased usage since the COVID-19 pandemic started, notably to enhance their immunity and improve their sleep. While most Americans take supplements, many lack knowledge on safe use recommendations.

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Depression Pocket Guide

The Depression Pocket Guide gives providers and patients the information they need when treating depression with an integrative approach Download the guide to see how integrative health approaches can be incorporated with treating depression.
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The Caregiver’s Companion Journaling Guide

This journaling guide can be used along with The Caregiver’s Companion or as a stand-alone tool. Print it out and keep it near your journal to inspire self-reflection. It’s up to you whether you’d like to go through the prompts in order or based on your interests that day. If you don’t like to write, consider using a prompt as a discussion starter with a trusted friend.
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