Posts Tagged: cancer

I’m a survivor. Shouldn’t I be happy?

Dealing with post-treatment stress, anxiety, guilt and fear of recurrence After cancer treatment, most patients go into a stage of healing and recovery. You no longer are overwhelmed with appointments, treatments, scans, and blood draws. This allows for time to reflect, which may stir up a number of mixed emotions. You might feel obligated to…
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Oral hygiene tips for cancer patients

Oral hygiene is important, but it’s even more important when you’re facing a cancer diagnosis. Your treatment may cause side effects that affect your mouth including dry mouth and mouth sores. Taking the proper steps to care for your mouth can lessen the chances of infection and maintain a healthy smile. Oral Hygiene Tips for…
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Sugar: Does it cause cancer?

Does sugar feed cancer? Not exactly. There is no current evidence that shows a direct link between sugar intake and cancer growth! But, here’s what we do know: A diet high in simple or added sugar increases our risk for diabetes, which is linked to an increased risk for cancer Excess body weight can also…
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