Unstoppable is a fabulous website for women with a cancer diagnosis who are looking for ways to stay active and develop good fitness routines.
The US Department of Health and Human Services has created an easy-to-use fitness planner. It’s a fabulous way to track your activity to make sure you’re reaching your movement goals.
Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies (bcct.ngo) is a thorough, evidence-based resource for cancer survivors and those in the medical field to explore the best integrative approaches to cancer treatment that go beyond conventional cancer care.
Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies (bcct.ngo) is a thorough, evidence-based resource for cancer survivors and those in the medical field to explore the best integrative approaches to cancer diagnosis and treatment that go beyond conventional cancer care.
Moving for Life is a community of movement therapists, exercise specialists, dancers, bodyworkers, psychologists, doctors and cancer survivors who promote and teach mindful movement as a means towards cancer recovery and prevention.
The National Cancer Institute’s guide to the relationship between physical activity and cancer risk. Read this very helpful summary here.
Read here for the latest American Cancer Society (ACS) guidelines on nutrition and physical activity for cancer prevention.
The NCI has a brief but comprehensive fact sheet about the relationship between physical activity and cancer. You can link to this great resource here.
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