If you’ve ever wanted to catch your breath and clear your head, mindfulness can help. Mindfulness techniques ground us and help us become more
resilient to life’s challenges.

The holidays can be stressful, even without cancer’s added challenges. COVID-19 and other health concerns can raise stress levels
even further. Wendy Hall, LCSW, offers these ways to cope.

Based on new research, last year the United States Preventative Service Task Force expanded its
recommendation for annual lung cancer screening to include a larger age range and more current and
former smokers.

I found a lump in my breast.” We hear this line most often concerning breast cancer detection, but breast cancer can exhibit other signs, too. Some may be due to other, benign causes, but see your doctor if these signs do not go away or if they get bigger or worse:

Prostate cancers tend to grow slowly. Some tumors never become a problem, but this is not always the case. One monitoring tool is a blood test for prostate-specific antigen, or PSA.

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