A randomized, controlled trial of 166 women with breast cancer revealed that Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) produced significant improvement in psychological symptoms, as well as improved immune response.
A randomized controlled study showed that three months post-treatment, breast cancer survivors who practiced yoga twice weekly experienced 23% fewer cognitive problems than the control group.
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.
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.
My grandmother knew what Harvard researchers have since confirmed: Relationships are the key to a happy life.” Click here to read the article.
A mouse study, but these findings about the relationship between stress and cancer are compelling in light of other research that corroborate these results.
Living closer to nature is better for your health, new research suggests and may even extend your life.
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