It can be difficult to know how to comfort someone going through cancer. Sometimes, things said with the best of intentions do not convey the right message. Follow this helpful list of 3 things to say and 3 things to avoid saying to someone with cancer.
When undergoing chemo, your skin can become dry, sensitive, and irritable. While the right beauty products help soothe this side effect, certain cosmetics only make it worse. Find out the top 3 beauty products to avoid during chemo.
Especially during the holiday season, you might be wondering if its okay to have a little "Christmas cheer" during chemo. Find out everything you need to know about the safety of drinking alcohol during chemotherapy treatment. Plus, see three delicious non-alcoholic drink recipes that are perfect for the holidays!
Thousands of women lament about not being able to find a bra after a mastectomy or breast surgery. Women who have been there are a great source for bra hacks. Discover helpful tips for selecting a bra from other survivors.
The decision to return to work after cancer treatment or to work during treatment is a very personal one. The type of work that you do, the length of time that your treatment will last and the intensity of your side effects will all contribute to this decision.
Several animal studies suggest turmeric has therapeutic properties for different types of cancer including breast, colon, stomach, prostate, and lung. However, many experts suggest that turmeric does not live up to its medicinal hype.
Issues with self esteem and anxiety can arise when experiencing hair loss, resulting in the need to grieve the loss of one's hair. Experiencing grief can help a person with hair loss to accept the loss and find ways to cope with their emotions and embrace their new look.