Topic: Wellness

Just Diagnosed with Cancer? Yes, You Do Need to Exercise!

In the first blog of our Cancer and Exercise series, we discussed why exercise was beneficial for survival and tolerance of treatment. In this post, we’ll be discussing what types of exercise will be beneficial, and how you can fit them in, post-diagnosis.

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Nutrition for Cancer Prevention, Treatment, and Remission

According to the National Cancer Institute, by the end of 2018, “over half a million Americans will lose their lives to cancer, and more than 1.7 million men and women will be newly diagnosed with this devastating illness.” What you eat plays an important role, whether you’re trying to prevent cancer, going through treatment, or […]

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Can Exercise Provide Benefits Post-Cancer Diagnosis?

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Therefore, highlighting the benefits of exercise in different stages of cancer – diagnosis, during treatment, and post-treatment recovery seemed important. This is the first in series of articles that discuss not only the benefits, but also the types of exercise deemed most appropriate. Many of you may have struggled with […]

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6 Ways to Face Your Fear of Food

Whether you have avoided dinner parties to resist the temptation of tasty treats, have felt guilty after indulging on foods you consider ‘bad’, or have resisted trying something you have never eaten before, everyone at some point in their life has been afraid of food. Here are 6 ways to face your fear of food.

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How To Handle a Midlife Crisis

We’ve talked a bit this month about “aging gracefully.” On the face of the topic, it’s easy to narrowcast the conversation toward older audiences, where it might be appropriate to discuss strategies for continuing to age gracefully once you’re already there. However, there are some natural road blocks and challenges that will inherently arise on […]

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Passing Healthy Habits To Future Generations

They say “habits last a life time.” But what happens if bad habits rub off on future generations? Establishing healthy habits for your own good may also set an example for the generations that follow you, leaving a legacy and foundation for your loved ones to live a higher quality of life.

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Healthy Eating Pattern Through the Years

As we age, our bodies change. Therefore, so do our nutritional requirements. Here is a general guide for how to eat right for your age.

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Staying Active & Fit With Your Grandkids

Grandparents play profoundly important roles in the lives of their grandkids. Establishing connections with your grandkids is important to begin at a young age and can not only can create routines, activities and memories, but also hold you accountable to remain active to enjoy and build on these shared activities as they get older. Here […]

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