Anticancer Mindset Articles & Research

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Evidence That External Stressors Adversely Affect Cancer Outcomes

A measure of environmental stress had a significant association with mortality risk in patients with breast cancer, a large retrospective cohort study showed.

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Practicing forgiveness can reduce anxiety and depression

In the study, which was presented last week at an interdisciplinary conference on forgiveness at Harvard and is currently under review for publication, researchers randomly assigned 4,598 participants…

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The documented benefits of gardening: better diet, lower stress, more exercise

The Journal Lancet Planetary Health published a study funded the first-ever, randomized controlled trial of community gardening by the American Cancer Society.

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MBSR as effective for anxiety disorders as a first-line anti-anxiety drug

A study in JAMA Psychiatry found that MBSR, or Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, was a well-tolerated treatment option with comparable effectiveness to a first-line medication for patients with anxi…

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Walking in nature shown to decrease stress

“We demonstrated that amygdala activation decreased during a stress task after nature exposure, whereas it remained stable after urban exposure,” the researchers concluded in the new study.

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Comprehensive summary of the benefits of mindfulness for cancer

Evidence for the Role of Mindfulness in Cancer: Benefits and Techniques Mindfulness is being used increasingly in various aspects of cancer management.

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