There are many wise health-related reasons to limit your sugar intake. From dental decay to diabetes, sugar is a dietary culprit that has been proven to contribute to our national obesity epidemic and numerous related diseases, including cardiovascular disease.
Peter, a teacher, was newly married and just closed on his house when he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Watch how Roper St. Francis helped him beat his cancer and start a family.
UPDATE: Well, so much for walking and riding this weekend (more like slosh, swim and paddle). Due to rainouts, the Heart Walk and the Ride for Hope are both canceled, although the Ride for Hope might be rescheduled (stay tuned.) But the good news is, there’s time to still train and prep for the Race …
As I round chemo corner, half-way through my treatments, I’m running as fast as I can to stay slightly ahead of the side effects. Breathing hard and stumbling on weary legs, I keep seeing these beautiful women, half my size, just ahead of me, wearing their head-scarves, adjusting to life with cancer
When serious news is about to be delivered, it’s often prefaced with, “why don’t you have a seat.” But recent research shows the seriously bad news has to do with sitting itself.
A Doctor’s Reflection, for National Palliative Care Month. He was 36 when he learned he had a cancer that could not be cured. It started off as an ache in his leg that got so bad that he couldn’t walk.
If you’re a cancer patient, there’s a milestone moment when you realize your doctor is no longer trying to save your life, but now simply trying to extend it. That moment came for me a few weeks ago when Dr. David Ellison, medical oncologist for Roper St. Francis, suggested I try Provenge