Exercise & Cancer
Cancer FundraisingExercise & CancerWeb Exclusives
Consider taking part in a fundraising walk this spring! Cancer walks offer plenty of opportunities—not all of them require walking—to get involved in a healthful activity that is also fun and meaningful.
Exercise & CancerIntegrative Cancer CareWellness Corner
Two integrative medicine experts explain the benefits of yoga practice for patients with cancer and their caregivers.
Exercise & CancerNutrition & CancerSurvivorship
The American Cancer Society guidelines recommend that survivors engage in physical activity at least 150 minutes a week, and follow diets rich in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, limiting red and processed meats.
Exercise & CancerFrom Your Navigator
Staying active is one of the best ways to care for your health. In fact, during times of illness, a person’s activity level can predict how well they will recover. Sitting for a long time has been suggested as harmful to our health.
Exercise & CancerWellness Corner
“People convince themselves they are living a healthy lifestyle, doing their 30 minutes of exercise a day. But they need to think about the other 23.5 hours,” says Dr. Emma Wilmot, University of Leicester, England.
Exercise & CancerSurvivorship
Did you know that there are ways of gently exercising that can be especially beneficial for patients with cancer and cancer survivors?
Exercise & CancerStress ManagementSurvivorship
Yoga supports the mind, body, and spirit of patients with cancer and their caregivers during and beyond treatment. The practice of yoga cultivates physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects to enhance recovery and well-being.
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