The Cancer Council estimates that at least one in three cancer cases could be prevented and the number of cancer deaths could be reduced significantly.
With proper self-care, you may be able to reduce your risk of getting cancer or detect it early enough so that it can be successfully treated.
There’s nothing like a good home-cooked meal and the feeling of comfort that comes with it.
Along with being a way to hone your culinary skills, home-cooking also proves beneficial when it comes to your health, and, ultimately, can be advantageous in the prevention of cancer.
Christmas can often be a difficult time for those suffering with Cancer – especially when coping with the side effects of treatment, and experiencing fatigue or tiredness. Whilst everyone else is joyously organizing for the festivities ahead, you might otherwise be struggling to feel the Christmas spirit.
Christmas is all about spending time with family. For cancer patients who may not have a lot of energy, a quiet evening on the couch or in bed with loved ones watching TV is a great way to spend Christmas Eve.
If you know someone who likes receiving novels over novelties, stories over socks or fiction over fragrances, here are some book suggestions that could bring joy to their Christmas.
The festive season is full of celebration, and this, of course, includes eating good food among family and friends.
But for cancer patients, there may be uncertainty when it comes to knowing what to eat during this time.