Author Archives: Emily Martin

Rethinking the New Year’s Resolution

2015 is here. How’s it going with those resolutions? Well, no judgment here—I myself have not yet hit the treadmill this week, my diet hasn’t made much of a noticeable change, and my monthly coffee shop budget is almost in … Continue reading

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What to listen to on your next trip

Looking for something to listen to on your next road trip? You can now hear audio narrations of our most popular blog posts and website articles on a new app called Umano. Remember books on tape? This is like that—only … Continue reading

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What my dad’s melanoma taught me about sun safety

For as long as I have known my father, he has had a large square-shaped scar on his left temple. Before I was born, he had Stage 3 melanoma on the side of his face as well as on the … Continue reading

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Working together to achieve the same mission

Google “cancer organization” and your browser’s results will seem endless. All sorts of nonprofits are out there offering a variety of educational resources and supportive programs for people impacted by cancer, whether on a local, national or international level. But … 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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