Archive for November, 2014

Holiday Eating

How To Avoid Over-Eating During Thanksgiving

How To Avoid Over-Eating During Thanksgiving Lower your cancer risks by eating a balanced diet throughout the year and limiting your portion sizes during the Holidays. You can still enjoy your favorite holiday foods but being mindful of the amount you consume will help you avoid those unwanted calories. “For best health and weight management,

Ten ways to Celebrate National Caregiver Month

Over 42 million Americans will be recognized this month during National Caregivers Month. It is estimated that the “free” services provided by these family members totals $306 billion annually.  Here are a few ways to celebrate national caregiver month. Ten ways to Celebrate National Caregiver Month 1. Offer a few hours of respite time to

Ten Early Warning Signs of Pancreatic Cancer

Ten Early Warning Signs of Pancreatic Cancer Most people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer are already in the advanced stage of the disease by the time it’s caught, and the typical prognosis is death within five years. Only 4 percent of pancreatic cancer patients live beyond five years. In recent years, pancreatic cancer has claimed the

5 Things Women Should Know About Lung Cancer

5 Things Women Should Know About Lung Cancer

5 Things Women Should Know About Lung Cancer 1. Smoking causes the deadliest form of cancer. Lung cancer is the second most common cancer among women (after breast cancer), but it takes almost twice as many lives, making it the deadliest diagnosis a woman will face. With more than 85 percent of all lung cancer