In this month’s "From the Editor’s Desk," Dr. Lidia Schapira reflects on the difficulties of 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic and how people with cancer can find hope as 2021 begins.
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Lidia Schapira discusses how the holiday season will differ this year for people with cancer and their loved ones, and how they can best cope with those changes.
The holidays are a great reason to join with friends and family and eat. Use these tips from the USDA to keep food safe at your next gathering.
Getting through an airport when you have cancer can be stressful. However, a little extra planning and preparation can help make sure your next trip is as safe, enjoyable, and stress-free as possible.
Although airlines have the right to stop passengers with specific medical conditions from flying, simply having cancer isn’t enough to keep you grounded. However, it does mean having to do a bit more planning and preparation before you travel.
Whether you’re pursuing a small or large goal, you will need determination and perseverance to accomplish what you’ve resolved to do. Here are 10 tips for staying on course.
Do you know how to be SMART about goal setting? Strengthen your New Year’s resolutions by setting realistic and reachable goals.
The holidays can be stressful at the best of times, so this is often a difficult time of year for people and families affected by cancer. Diane Blum, MSW, answers some common questions about coping with cancer during the holidays.
Now heading into its third year, #GivingTuesday is a growing global movement to help people carve out time to make connections with meaningful nonprofits during the consumer frenzy of the holidays.
With so many holiday traditions revolving around the dinner table, grocery shopping is a major task this time of year. Here are 10 tips to make grocery shopping less of a chore for people with cancer.