Archive for November, 2022

Making the Most of Your Doctor Visit

How being prepared can help you both When was the last time you felt relaxed at a doctor’s appointment? No hurry, just you and your health care provider discussing your […]

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Archive for November, 2022

Most Cancer Patients Want Access to Complementary Therapies Before Treatment

Cancer Patient Advocacy

Survey finds 40% of cancer patients would choose hospitals offering services such as exercise, nutrition counseling, massage, and meditation

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Archive for November, 2022

Journaling for Whole Person Health

Explore our free resources for every age   How do I know what I think until I see what I say? —E. M. Forster The British novelist E. M. Forster […]

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Archive for October, 2022

Cancer care for the whole person

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Jenny Leyh is a survivor. At the age of just 33, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was also in her third trimester of pregnancy. Treatment left her depleted—not […]

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Archive for August, 2022

The Balancing Act of Your 30s

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You’re over 30—now what? First: don’t freak out. Being over 30 can be great! You made it through the busy and challenging decade of your 20s, and you may have […]

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Archive for July, 2022

What Men Should Know About their Health

While June may be Men’s Health Month, men’s health is important all year long. Let’s talk about the top health issues men face and ways to prevent and treat problems. […]

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Archive for June, 2022

Get Well and Stay Well Recap: Healing Your Mind, Body & Spirit

Wow, doesn’t time fly? We’re already in June…and even though we’re only halfway through, what a year it has been already. Quick check-in: Have you been taking care of your […]

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Archive for December, 2021

Chronic Pain Management post-COVID

This fall, we conducted an online survey with the Harris Poll to examine chronic pain management techniques and preferences, as well as to gain insight into how the COVID-19 pandemic […]

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Archive for November, 2021

Making Sense of Cancer and Finances

Stephanie, 38, reached a financial milestone recently when she made her last debt payment. Not student debt, though. The debt was from her treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma—her cancer care. Diagnosed […]

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Archive for November, 2021

“Too Young” for Cancer? Finding Your Voice and Your Tribe

If you ever got separated from your parents in the store, you remember how it feels. Suddenly, everything around you is no longer familiar but strange and threatening. You look […]

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