When your “plumbing wears out,” an ostomy bag is a way to live well and regain control of your body, as told by colorectal cancer survivor Melissa Marshall
Is that medical “breakthrough” for real? Use these 8 questions to figure out if the latest cancer-related news is important, accurate, and relevant to you.
An after-treatment exercise program can boost physical and mental health in more ways than one. Cancer Exercise Specialist Carol Michaels describes the first steps toward a safe exercise plan.
Your medications can be more effective—and a whole lot easier to manage—if you follow a few simple guidelines.
A personal medical record collects all of your medical information into a single file. Keeping one is an important step in managing your care. Learn about what to include, how to gather the information, and why creating a personal medical record can help.
As a cancer survivor, you may look forward to going back to routines from life before cancer—including a return to work. Going back to work can give an important sense of purpose, but it takes some extra planning for a smooth transition.
Did you know that young adults especially struggle with the financial burdens of cancer care? Samantha Watson and Michelle Landwehr of The Samfund write about the challenges young adults face and what they can do about it.
Meal planning can be an important tool for boosting your health and well-being during cancer treatment. Learn how to plan for getting the nutrition you need.
Grocery shopping while living with cancer can drain much of your time and energy, but eating well is a key to your overall health and well-being. Use these tips and strategies to make the most of your grocery store trips.
Memorial Day signals the start of summer. Make sure you don’t invite bacteria to your cookouts!