When dealing with a cancer diagnosis and treatment, intimacy can be the furthest thing from your mind. However, a continued connection with your partner is an important part of the bonding process and can, maybe surprisingly, even make you feel better.
Physical changes from a cancer diagnosis and treatment can affect self-esteem. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind.
By David Young
While many consider e-cigarettes a safer and healthier alternative to tobacco cigarettes, new research reveals more dangers of vaping than previous thought, including an increased risk of cancer.
After a full career working for the State of California in the capital, Ralph Evans was ready for a change of pace.
Can writing your thoughts down really help you get through cancer?
Sierra Nevada Cancer Center is looking for a full-time Registered Nurse.
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The value of staying active and fit, both to lower cancer risk and to aid in recovery, is well-documented, with improvements to both phy
When Carrie Dryer was diagnosed with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, she was grateful to finally have a “cause” for the extremely painful bruising on her legs, excessive monthly bleeding and high blood pressure.
With spring being the season of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, we’re reflecting on our relationships with our parents and how they can be affected by a cancer diagnosis.