Surviving cancer is a big milestone, but it’s still difficult to move forward with life. There are financial, mental, and physical side effects of cancer. Finding your “new normal” takes time. By creating a cancer survivorship plan, you can find happiness and purpose in life again.
Take Charge of Your Health and Well-Being
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) impacts 5 million people worldwide (1.6 million in the U.S.). For unclear reasons, the numbers have been increasing for more than 50 years. There are two main types – Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. The cause of IBD remains elusive. Current theories include an interplay between genetics, a malfunctioning immune system, and the gut microbiome. Preventive…
A Gallup report indicates that less than 40 percent of Americans get the recommended amount of sleep. Studies indicate for most adults that less than 7 hours or more than 9 hours on a regular basis is actually detrimental to your health.
It’s true. Our health is priceless. Just ask someone with a chronic condition, recovering from a bad car accident, going through treatment for cancer, or undertaking rehab for a stroke.
Aging can also be accompanied by increased anxiety. Anxiety is common among older adults, and it affects as many as 10-20% of the older population. But just what has older adults anxious?