A UCSF study of Stage 3 colon cancer patients found that survivors who followed the standard American Cancer Society guidelines for healthy living were 42% less likely to die over the 7 year period the cohort was followed.
Oncologists and their patients see the benefits of exercise during and after treatment, but physicians are reluctant to include physical activity recommendations in their patient discussions.
Breast cancer survivors who enrolled in an 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course showed significant improvements in depression, distress, symptom burden, and overall mental health.
An analysis published in the journal Cancer has found that in US municipalities with a range of pollution and environmental degradation issues the total number of cancer cases was significantly above the national average.
Data shows a link between aluminum-containing antiperspirants and breast cancer.
This online guide recommends apps, books, videos, audio, and blogs you can use to try to improve the quantity and quality of your sleep.
Most breast cancers are fueled by estrogen.
Doing yoga twice a day seems to improve the quality of life of men being treated for prostate cancer, by reducing the side effects of radiation, which may include fatigue, sexual dysfunction, and urinary incontinence.