Going through cancer treatment is difficult for everyone involved - the patient, as well as their loved ones, especially those who are providing care for their patient on a regular basis. Support is essential in allowing people to do what they need to do with a healthy mind and spirit as they work towards gaining physical health for themselves or their loved one.
Screening for prostate cancer is something that men are recommended to do on a regular basis. And for good reason. Prostate cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in men but it is also easily treated. Because there are often no symptoms associated with prostate cancer - especially in the earliest stages - screening becomes even more important in terms of identifying disease so that treatment can begin immediately.
As we begin this new year we are given a clean slate of sorts, an opportunity to start again and make those choices that are best for our lives and our health. Many people will make a new commitment to taking care of themselves, as well as a commitment to staying ahead of any medical conditions by having the appropriate and recommended screenings by their doctors. For men, regular screenings for prostate cancer are important for catching any potential evidence of disease early. With early treatment, prostate cancer is easily treated.
The emergence and development of dangerous diseases is mostly determined by the genetic predisposition of each individual. Although the occurrence of cancer is related to mutations of cells there are significant variations in overall risk of developing this disease and some of them don’t have anything with genetics. Social and professional environment, lifestyle and life habits contain significant factors like bad diet, smoking or physical inactivity which can substantially alter the basic risk of cancer.
It goes without saying that few people see cancer as an "industry" and solely concentrate on the health-related repercussions. Such an outlook is completely understandable, but this article is going to delve into a topic which is barely covered by the big media outlets. Instead of looking at cancer from a patient's perspective, we're now going to take a look at some of the steps that have to be taken as hospitals and other clinics attempt to piece together a specialised cancer program.
No Mo Chemo Marathon oct 12, 2013Wow I don't even know where to begin. All I know is that this run not only represents our families two and half year journey with childhood cancer, but is the perfect comparison to how Momo triumphed over her cancer marathon.
I attended a fitness convention about a year ago, and my favorite seminar was given by a Physician that stated, "It is better to be fit and fat than skinny and unfit." As a Fitness Professional, it can be difficult to take "body type" out o
The 79 Year YOUNG LADY IN THE BACK ROW...
I'm always so blown away, uplifted and just humbled every time I teach my Tuesday classes at Kaman Senior Fitness in Hilo. There is never a dull moment that these amazing new frenz show me what LIFE IS REALLY ALL ABOUT.