It can be hard to know how to act, and the right words hard to come by, when someone you know has cancer. That’s why you should know about “cancer etiquette.”
Which health screening tests are appropriate for you? It’s best to speak with your doctor about your individual risk factors, but here’s a look at where to start.
We often suggest that our patients pack a small bag to bring to chemotherapy. Having a few familiar items from home can help ease anxiety you might be feeling. And these things can help you distract yourself while your treatment is administered.
You’re in the middle of treatment for cancer — one of the most serious, scary and intense experiences ever. Is it safe to go on vacation during cancer treatment?
Your voice may change twice in your lifetime – first, due to hormones and, later, to aging. It’s a good idea to listen to what your voice is telling you, especially as you age.
Experts and studies contend that air pollution can affect respiratory and cardiovascular health. Find out who benefits most from air purifiers.
You may be surprised to hear that asbestos still lurks in many older homes and offices. Learn more about the risks of asbestos exposure.
You might feel unprepared to help a spouse who’s been diagnosed with cancer. Get expert suggestions, from how to communicate to tips for supporting them.
If you have shortness of breath or frequent lung infections, it might not be simple to get a diagnosis. But getting the right treatment depends on it.
Poor air quality can making breathing-related conditions worse. Find out how air quality alerts can help you protect yourself and your family when pollution levels are high.