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Fighting Cancer Related Fatigue With Exercise

By Cheryl Guarna, MPT, CLT

No longer is a cancer diagnosis a time to stop all physical activity and take it easy.  Quite the opposite.  Current research is recommending that ... Continue Reading

Cancer-Related Lymphedema Early Detection Is Key

By Cheryl Guarna, MPT, CLT

The lymphatic system plays a critical role in the maintenance of fluid balance in the body. It absorbs the fluid that normally collects in the ... Continue Reading

Acupuncture For Side Effects Of Cancer

By Quansheng Lu, CMD, PhD, LAc

Acupuncture began more than 3,000 years ago and is an important part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It involves the placement of very slender needles ... Continue Reading

Stress Is the New Russian Roulette

By Rebakah Jones, LMT, ICT

Stress is one of the top triggers for most diseases and health conditions from tension headaches, to migraines, to chronic pain, high blood pressure, lymphedema, ... Continue Reading

Overdue Colonoscopies Is the Leading Cause of Colon Cancer 

By Ande Burke, Marketing Director

Most people go through life without much thought of colon health. Though there may be jokes and puns aplenty, the state of your colon is ... Continue Reading

What Exactly Is Cancer Rehabilitation?

By Cheryl Guarna, MPT, CLT

It has long been understood that medically directed exercise offered by rehabilitation professionals can help greatly after someone has had a stroke, surgery, sports injury, back ... Continue Reading

Good News For Prostate Cancer Patients

By Kambiz Tajkarimi, MD

Prostate gland is a male sexual and urinary organ.  It is strategically located between the bladder and the penis. It also sits right in front ... Continue Reading

Your Child Is Diagnosed With Cancer: What do you do?

By Sharon Ferraro, Co-Founder

Make sure your child feels secure and thinks you are confident to take care of this new situation. A young child might not notice your ... Continue Reading

Stage III Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

By Isabella Martire, MD, Board Certified In Oncology

The standard of care for stage III non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC – locally advanced non-resectable) has been concurrent chemotherapy and radiotherapy. With this combined ... Continue Reading

Is Soy Good Or Bad For You?

By Ranjana Chawla, AyD, CAS Ayurvedic Doctor & Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist

There are several controversies concerning soy and its safety which has led many individuals to avoid soy-based foods. Let’s discuss the good and bad effect ... Continue Reading