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Thoughtful Gifts for Cancer Patients

A gift can serve many purposes. It can brighten someone’s day and let you know you’re thinking about them. A gift can also be practical and help with day-to-day tasks such as cooking, entertaining or driving. Buying a gift usually isn’t a difficult process, so why then is it deemed difficult when buying a gift for someone with a cancer diagnosis?

How Costs of Assisted Living Depend on the Type of Care You Choose

There may come a time when you or a loved one needs care. Perhaps it’s due to old age, an existing disability, or maybe you’re recovering from an illness or injury and need extra help. There are a range of care options available depending on your situation but the cost of care can sometimes seem prohibitively expensive. You should never have to sacrifice good quality care due to your finances and fortunately there are a range of care and funding options available to meet your various needs.

I had always considered myself as just being very, very lucky as far as my cancer treatment went. I didn't miss a scheduled chemo session, the nausea was almost non existent and apart from the 5th month into chemotherapy when I got a little tired after lunch, I really didn't suffer with fatigue.

It wasn't ...

Ovarian Cancer: Death rates fall worldwide

A study by Italian researchers has found that the number of people dying from ovarian cancer has dropped over the past decade due to increased use of the contraceptive pill together with a decline in the long-term use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

The study compared data on ovarian cancer death rates worldwide from 2002 ...

Nic Naish's Weekly Exercise and Nutrition Tips - 24th of August

I've always believed that keeping oneself healthy, or regaining health after an illness or injury, has to be done holistically.  When I set up Bandana Health and Fitness it was with the intention of offering an holistic approach to my members.

holistic - characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account mental and ...

Immunotherapy: Cancer’s newest treatment

After Karen Koehler’s cancer took a turn for the worse in 2013 she was given 10 months to live and with gruelling rounds of chemotherapy she could hope to stretch it to 2 years. Luckily, Koehler was enrolled in an immunotherapy trial at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. The trial succeeded in ...

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