Wednesday and Thursday I ran posts on MultipleMyelomaBlog.com about an important topic for all cancer patients/survivors. Complimentary and alternative medicine (CAM) is a fast growing wellness category.
Not sure whether to be encouraged or discouraged by uterine cancer update in this US News and World Report article. Here’s an excerpt:
I recently ran a post about how consuming fish oil supplements may help prevent or even slow the advance of prostate cancer. Here’s a brief composite view of options, including adding exercise to the mix:
Check-out this innovative, outside-the-box approach to exercise from spiritual lifestyle coach, Deepak Chopra, on linkedin.com:
Here is a link to a helpful post I found on the site, SHEKNOWS.COM. My only criticism; most of these suggestions apply to men, too!
Continuing with my thread about where and why blogs and other internet sites sometimes get their material, here is a third example of an article written with an undisclosed agenda–although a very small one.
The notion that cancer patients need to exercise and eat right isn’t new–you read about it here every other week or so.
I’m running (pun intended!) excerpts from this MedPage Today article in part to bug my best myeloma friend. To help protect his identity, let’s call him Bruce.
This news was covered by a half dozen or more media outlets I saw yesterday. No earth-shattering news–just a reminder for cancer survivors to eat well and exercise…
How important is it to eat a healthy diet? Just ask the American Cancer Society!
I’m not a big fan of cancer related status reports. No one needs to tell me that there are more cases of cancer lately–and that many patients live longer than they used to.
Here is an inspirational story about how exercise has helped improve the lives of some enthusiastic cancer survivors from Texas: