Signed up to bring a meal to someone with cancer? Here’s how to reduce the risk of delivering a foodborne illness along with it.
Read research highlights that will be presented at the 2019 ASCO Annual Meeting, covering low-fat diets and risk of breast cancer death, chemotherapy for older adults with esophageal cancer, targeted therapy for those at risk for multiple myeloma, the rate of genetic changes in childhood cancers, and a new targeted therapy for childhood central nervous system tumors.
People with cancer should be careful to avoid handling or eating recalled food products. Here’s what to do if you may have a recalled food in your home.
If a winter storm knocks out your power, do you know what to do to keep your food from spoiling and posing a health risk? Here are 3 tips to keep yourself from getting sick.
Follow these tips on storing and reheating your leftovers to enjoy your holiday feast all over again.
Existen muchos mitos sobre la nutrición durante y después de un tratamiento contra el cáncer. En la Parte 2 de 2 sesiones de preguntas y respuestas con expertas, las dietistas Annette Goldberg y Suzanne Dixon separan la realidad de la ficción.
Dr. Lorenzo Cohen and Alison Jefferies recommend harnessing 6 lifestyle pillars for positive behavior change to improve wellness and long-term health.
After being diagnosed with cancer, journalist Loriana Hernandez-Aldama learned that living a healthy lifestyle before treatment begins can help you cope with and manage the challenges to come. This practice of preparing yourself for cancer treatment is sometimes called prehabilitation.