People diagnosed with cancer often say they were stunned when they heard the news and unable to process what they heard afterward, as if a fog had obscured everything. After this initial shock, it is important to learn about what comes next. Leukemia survivor Doug Smith shares his experiences with coping with this fog.
Following an exercise program during and after lung cancer treatment may help reduce cancer-related fatigue and speed recovery from treatment. Read about 4 types of exercise to consider and why.
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.
Most people are very good at keeping their foods away from potentially harmful bacteria, but here are 2 little-known ways that contamination can still occur.
Ramadan ends with the Eid al-Fitr celebration. Here are some ways to avoid foodborne illness when people with cancer break their fast.
Dealing with stress can make coping with a cancer diagnosis even harder. In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Schapira describes some ways to lessen the effects of stress.
Cancer survivor Brittany Sullivan shares 4 tips on explaining your cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Being diagnosed with colorectal cancer can be scary and confusing. Dr. Jeffrey Meyerhardt, an expert in colorectal cancer, describes the 4 questions that any newly diagnosed patient should ask.
In this podcast, registered dietitians Annette Goldberg and Maureen Gardner discuss ways to cope with side effects that can make eating difficult due to treatment for head and neck cancer.