Life After Lung Cancer: How One Survivor is Fighting for Others

Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. (BPT) – More people die of lung cancer each year than colon, breast and prostate cancers combined. Yet there is still a widely held belief that it is a self-inflicted disease. The truth is that regardless of age, gender, athleticism, or overall health, lung cancer […]

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Fighting head lice can start with a conversation with your doctor

(BPT) – “Your child has head lice” is news no mother wants to receive. Not only can this common condition affect the child at home and at school, but it can also throw a family’s life off balance for days or even weeks. Results of the new ‘Facts of Lice’ online survey of 1,000 millennial […]

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Looking for balance? Fighting fatigue? Your diet might be a place to start

(BPT) – Adults today are constantly searching for balance in life. While balance can be broadly defined, in simple terms it is rooted in equal proportions. The human body demands an equilibrium in order to sustain proper mental, physical and spiritual health. But, achieving balance can be difficult when everyday personal and environmental stresses (such […]

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Fighting the morning clock? 9 no-fail ways to get out the door on time

(BPT) – As the sun shines through the curtains, you hit the snooze button again. Suddenly you bolt up, realizing you’re running late. You skip breakfast, grab your bag and rush out the door. Stress levels skyrocket and your day has barely begun. The race against the clock at the start of the day is […]

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Fighting prostate cancer with tomato-rich diet

Men who eat over 10 portions a week of tomatoes have an 18 per cent lower risk of developing prostate cancer, new research suggests. With 35,000 new cases every year in the UK, and around 10,000 deaths, prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men worldwide. Rates are higher in developed countries, which […]

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Fighting cancer with dietary changes

Calorie restriction, a kind of dieting in which food intake is decreased by a certain percentage, has been touted as way to help people live longer. New research suggests that there may be other benefits, including improving outcomes for women in breast cancer. According to a study published May 26th in Breast Cancer Research and […]

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Fighting Cancer With A Healthy Lifestyle

Dear Pueblo de San Antonio: I have profoundly enjoyed living and writing the role of poet laureate for this city infusing a middle school’s halls with poetry, speaking to young artists from Syria about the role of the arts in conflict resolution, collaborating with musicians to turn lines of poetry into great works by the […]

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Top Five Tips For Fighting Fitness Fatigue – Sweat And The City

By AMANDA RUSSELL Special to The Nugget Updated 2 days ago Whether you are a die-hard marathon runner who lets nothing get in the way of your workout or a recreational yo-yo exerciser who tries out all the new fads, you are equally at risk for what Im calling fitness fatigue. This is not a […]

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