Monthly Archives: January 2014

Parenting with cancer

A cancer diagnosis can be the beginning of a new, difficult journey. Those with cancer must deal with a wide range of new issues, from treatment to the effects the diagnosis has on their children. An often overlooked group that … Continue reading

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Common emotional concerns for people impacted by cancer

Hearing the word “cancer” from a doctor often unleashes a flood of emotions, concerns and fears that can be difficult to process and manage. In addition to worrying about managing your physical symptoms, cancer can often cause emotional symptoms that … Continue reading

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Finding inspiration in the wild

Steve is a guest blogger for the Cancer Support Community who shared his story on our website. If you have a story, experience or thought you would like to share with us click here. Having survived 27 years with type 1 … Continue reading

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Tips for staying healthy during flu season

The winter months bring shorter days and cooler temperatures. Most people associate this season with celebrations and holidays, but it is important to remember that it is also influenza (flu) season. Seasonal flu is a contagious illness caused by a … Continue reading

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New Year’s resolutions for people living with cancer

New Year’s resolutions are tricky. It’s hard to break old habits and start new ones—so when you don’t have a strategy, lofty resolutions often end up falling flat. If you’re living with cancer and are trying to live healthier in … Continue reading

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