Breast Cancer Survivorship Lifestyle Guidelines – Part II – Healthy Weight and Physical Activity

Breast Cancer Survivorship Lifestyle Guidelines – Part II – Healthy Weight and Physical Activity

These studies indicate that lifestyle interventions, especially exercise, are achievable in cancer survivors, yet many questions remain unanswered, such as: 1. Does weight loss/increased physical activity AFTER cancer diagnosis reduce risk of recurrence and mortality?...

“What We Can Learn About Breast Cancer & Diet From the Women’s Health Initiative”

* Photos originally accompanying the initial publishing of this post have been removed to honor the request of the presenters of this session. * You would be forgiven if you think the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) is a vehicle for women to initiate action and take...

“When GI Joe Gets Cancer.”

It’s said that age is the greatest risk factor for developing cancer, with risk increasing significantly after age 50, and half of all cancers diagnosed in people age 66 and above. (1) Currently, there is no single reason why aging bodies are more susceptible to...