Integrative therapies or complementary therapies for cancer patients offer mind and body care alongside standard cancer treatment. Learn from expert and leader in exercise physiology, Jen Logan, some of the best integrative therapies that can help patients feel their best while also managing the side effects that often come with cancer and cancer treatment.
One Man’s Perseverance through an Unforeseen Cancer Diagnosis
At 33 years young, Kevin Smith never expected to hear the words “you have cancer.” In fact, his healthy lifestyle and zest for outdoor adventure painted an entirely different picture—one of health and wellness.
One in two women and one in five men over the age of 65 will suffer at least one bone fracture due to osteoporosis. For cancer patients undergoing certain treatments, that risk increases. Learn about your risk factors for osteoporosis and what you can do to keep your bones healthy.
One of the harrowing features of breast cancer is that to treat it, chemotherapy has often part of the treatment plan. While chemo can be life-saving in some cases, the side effects are horrible. A groundbreaking study now indicates that thousands of women can be spared this difficult treatment.