Scanxiety is something people experience before, during, and after medical imaging. It is a common experience, especially for people with cancer, who may undergo regular scans to monitor their condition.
Jason Coombs embraced caregiving when his wife, Brin, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Their inspiring journey filled with love and transformation is shared in our blog and Cancer-free Frontier podcast.
Somatic movements—yoga, Pilates, tai chi—are beneficial to people with cancer. Denise Gascoigne of Huntsman Cancer Institute's Wellness and Integrative Health Center provides more information about these methods.
The World Health Organization recently announced that aspartame, a popular artificial sweetener, is now classified as a Group 2B carcinogen. Registered dietitian Emily Preib shares her expertise and encourages moderation.