We don't refer to the people we treatments as cancer patients. We view them as a person with cancer. the word patients implies a passive role and people are very active with us.
We look at it as a person with cancer compared to someone who is a cancer patient. The idea of the word “patient” implies that someone has a passive role and is not as smart as us because we are t
An archive of articles on life with cancer -- from dealing with side effects to stories of hope.
Finding out that someone you know has cancer can be difficult. You may have many questions about cancer itself and about how you should talk to and act around this person. If you’re very close to th
Why are healthy habits so hard to create and keep? The truth is, we all have unique wellness personalities. Learn how to get motivated by harnessing yours. The post How to Get Motivated and Make Prog
New research in mice and humans finds that exposure to intense light therapy can boost the heart's protection against a heart attack.
According to a new study, the buildup of toxic tau protein in key areas of the brain leads to major brain cell loss and daytime sleepiness in Alzheimer's.
Electromagnetic energy could be used to halt the movement of breast cancer cells, reducing metastatic cases. New research explains how.
A large new study warns that many people with diabetes receive overly intensive treatments that increase their risk of hypoglycemia and associated events.
The 4 pillars of treating cancer are holistic in nature and help to allow the body to heal itself. Your journey towards healing can only happen while attending a healing center. Our center, The LifeC
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Some essential oils may combat infection and inflammation, which can help wounds heal and improve skin health. Here, learn about the evidence behind these essential oils and how to use them to help pr
Many factors can cause rectal pain. This article looks at the causes of pain around the rectum, the symptoms, and ways to relieve it at home.
The presence of Candida in stool does not always signal an overgrowth. Signs of Candida in stool include white or brown mucus, froth, or foam. Treatment options include antifungal medications. Learn m
A yeast infection can cause a small amount of bleeding, as well as genital soreness and other symptoms. Antifungal medications can help. Learn more here.
Apple cider vinegar is gaining popularity as a potential treatment for a range of health issues. We investigate the science behind the claims.
Doxycycline is an antibiotic that treats serious bacterial infections. We provide a drug overview, including its uses, how to take it, dosages, side effects, and warnings.
Your food is organic, why shouldn’t your mattress be? Here’s what you need to know about buying an organic mattress that’s good for you and the planet. The post How to Find the Eco-Friendly, Or
These seven journal prompts will inspire you to crack open your favorite notebook and start writing! The post Why I Journal and So Should You (+ 7 Creative Journal Prompts!) appeared first on KrisCar
Learn about the effects of sugar on the body, how many grams of sugar per day is ok, how to stop sugar cravings, the best healthy sugar substitutes & more! The post The Sticky Truth About Sugars,
Add these 14 books to your summer reading list! I carefully chose these fiction and nonfiction books (some new, some old faves) just for you. The post 14 Sensational Books for Your Summer Reading Lis
What is a cancer prevention program, and does it require changing your lifestyle? Well, the answer to that question is, it depends on your current lifestyle. The LifeCo Clinic has a cancer prevention
Get your Ultimate Vegan Pantry Staples Checklist to make healthy eating easier, faster and more fun! Plus, find out what’s in my pantry. The post What You Need to Stock Your Dream Vegan Pantry (Fre
Cellular respiration failure leads to cancer developing in the body. Dr. Otto Warburg back in 1931 was given the Nobel Prize in medicine showing that cellular respiration failure leads to the develop
In this deeply personal blog, I’m sharing a health update as well as some hard-earned tips for how to navigate fear of medical tests and scan anxiety. The post An Update on my Cancer Journey (16 Ye
This creamy vegan pasta salad recipe was inspired by elote (aka Mexican street corn). It’s easy to make and a total crowd-pleaser for summer cookouts! The post Creamy Vegan Pasta Salad (Perfect fo
Dr. Thomas Lodi partners with The LifeCo Clinic in beautiful Phuket bringing his vast expertise and experience in Integrative Oncology with him. Over the last four to five years Dr. Thomas Lodi has b
It’s time to get honest about how you’re caring for yourself so you can hit your health goals. Find out how my free Wellness Tracker can help! The post The Secret to Hitting Your Health Goals (Fr
The Truth About Cancer founder Ty Bollinger was recently a guest at The LifeCo Clinic and interviewed integrative oncology expert Dr. Thomas Lodi in Phuket, Thailand. During the interview, Bollinger
Is coffee bad for you? Let’s talk about the pros & cons, how to deal with caffeine withdrawal symptoms, the benefits of coffee you might not expect & more! The post Should You Drink Coffee
Dr. Thomas Lodi will be giving a talk on cancer at the SOL Integrative Wellness Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in June. Dr. Thomas Lodi is an Integrative Oncology and Metabolic Medicine expert who
Why is iodine important to help the body function optimally? Did you know that iodine exists in your interstitial fluid and that it surrounds all your cells? In a new video, integrative oncology and
What is BEMER Vascular Therapy and how can it prevent microvascular collapse? In a new video, integrative oncology expert and An Oasis of Healing founder Dr. Thomas Lodi explains how BEMER Vascular t
The function of the endothelium involves inflammation and it’s where healing comes from. In a new video, integrative oncology and metabolic medicine expert Dr. Thomas Lodi explains just the functio
I started this blog when I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007. Blogging really helped me cope with my cancer and its treatment.However my life has moved on. I have blogged about it in the past -
This is the misunderstood side of my life - how I live with limitations. The other day, I visited my mother who also has RA. We went for a walk. I don't usually go for walks because I get plenty of ex
So after you get diagnosed with cancer, it seems like everyone you know has cancer because:You have met a lot of other people going through cancer treatment while hanging out at chemo, in support grou
I love blogging and I love reading other people's blogs. But I have a few peeves (of which I cannot claim I have never committed) that just irritate me. Select the correct word. There is a huge differ
I guess I am back to blogging. I woke up this morning and read the paper. I could not believe this policy."Breast cancer screening is offered to all women aged 50 to 70 in England every three years; t
I'm finally back in the blogosphere. (I'm not sure I like that term but I'll use it). Blogging really helps me cope with life. Its where I share my emotions and thoughts and I've missed it. But I did
We are slowly coming back to life. We are all still very sad about my father's death. But his service is finally this weekend. At the last minute he decided to donate his body to benefit others. How
Often when I am extremely stressed, I find I need to hibernate a bit, and 'lick my wounds' as they say. For the past month, since my father died, I have been craving time by myself, lots of time alone
When you are diagnosed with cancer, you are faced with the World of Oncology. Inside that world lies the answers to your questions and how to keep you alive. As you go through diagnosis and treatment,
And this can apply to males as well. But we all have the drama queen friend who spends hours/days/weeks/months agonizing over their latest ailment - a bunion, or a boil, or a blister, or whatever they
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