• Abby Henry
    6 months 1 week ago

    Staying Social after a Cancer Diagnosis

    After a cancer diagnosis, your social life will probably change. Cancer can be isolating. You may not feel up for the activities you once enjoyed. This can either be due to feeling poorly physically or emotionally. Side effects may keep you homebound in the days following treatment.

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  • Abby Henry
    1 year 6 months ago

    Cancer Survivorship: Going Back to School

    Summer is coming to a close, and school will be back in session soon. Did you put school on hold after receiving a cancer diagnosis? Have you decided to return to school to peruse a new career path? Are you currently in school while undergoing cancer treatment?

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  • Abby Henry
    1 year 6 months ago

    Dating and Cancer: When Do You Talk About Cancer?

    No mater your situation, dating can be hard. Throw a cancer diagnosis into the mix, and it can be even more intimidating. If you want to date, do not let a cancer diagnosis stop you! (If you want to take a break from dating, that is okay, too.

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  • Julee Jones
    1 year 9 months ago

    Movement for the Cancer Survivor

    When I was going through my Pilates certification process in July of 2001 as an apprentice, I was privileged to teach pilates to a cancer survivor named Barbara who had a double mastectomy with reconstruction using the transverse abdominal muscles.
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  • Abby Henry
    1 year 10 months ago

    Returning to Work: Explaining the Resume Cancer Gap

    If you had to stop working because of cancer treatment, you may want or need to return to work once treatment ends. Your doctor has cleared you to work, you are ready to being the job search, but what about the gap in your resume? 

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  • Margaret Martin, RD, MS, LDN
    2 years 5 months ago

    Cancer, College, and Nutrition: Returning with a Blast

    Autumn is here. There’s a crisp feeling in the air.  You are returning to college with a positive attitude. But, you are also a cancer survivor. What should you do to stay healthy? What foods are best? When is the best time to eat? How can I enjoy socializing with friends and still be healthy?

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  • Lynette Jones
    3 years 7 months ago

    Young Adults & the Sun: Skin Cancer, Wrinkles and Sunscreen

    As a mother, I honestly don't care much about what it takes to get my young adult daughter to use sunscreen, I just want her to use it. But, apparently, a slightly negative attitude toward sunscreen isn't unusual among teens and young adults.

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