What if you could begin to regain your range of motion in just five minutes a day? Have you been cleared by your doctor to begin gentle movement but not sure where to begin? Try these 5 simple stretches every day to get started.
What You Need to Know About a Non-hormonal Birth Control Option and Advocating for Your Sexual Health During and After Breast Cancer Treatment
Young adults impacted by breast cancer often do not want to bring up sex during their doctors’ appointments. Once we’re diagnosed with cancer, we feel like we should just be thankful to be alive.
The risks for experiencing oral health problems during treatments for breast cancer depend on many factors. After a diagnosis, take simple steps to proactively care for your teeth and gums.
If you’ve been feeling overcome by watching events unfolding in the news, know that news-related stress is a serious issue and you’re not alone.
October is coming, and so is the mixed blessing of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. How can we honor and respect everyone’s path, including our own, through an intense celebratory month?
Tapping into support groups and talking with other survivors helps lessen fear and isolation. YSC Oncology Social Worker, Jean Rowe discusses the issues young survivors face when grieving the loss of a friend.
Breast cancer and the added stresses of the Coronavirus can bring a multitude of overwhelming feelings to the surface. YSC oncology social worker, Jean Rowe shares tips to find relief through journaling.
Even though COVID-19 has been keeping many of us isolated indoors, Summer is here. We’ve got some tips to take extra care of yourself and take advantage of the longer days.
Sex after cancer is going to be different. Oncology sexual health specialist Traci Owens gets the conversation started when she shares her nine things you should know about sex, intimacy, and cancer.
For Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re drawing attention to the fear, anxiety, and isolation that COVID-19 triggers in young adults affected by breast cancer. This is part two of Natalie’s story.
For Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re drawing attention to the fear, anxiety, and isolation that COVID-19 triggers in young adults affected by breast cancer. This is part one of Natalie’s story.