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Keeping a healthy sex life with cancer

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A healthy sex life is, for many, a key component of a happy life. But it can prove difficult to attain, especially if a cancer diagnosis or treatment regimen is adding to your everyday pressures. Achieving and maintaining a healthy sexual relations often requires communication, education and, sometimes, the input of a trained professional. That journey can be dramatically different for men than it is for women.

Managing pain with integrative therapies

Raed Rahman, DO

More Americans are turning to integrative therapies to help manage pain without medication or surgery. Therapies such as yoga, massage, osteopathic manipulative medicine (hands-on care from an osteopathic physician) and meditation promote health and well-being through direct touch, stretching and strengthening, or by stilling the mind.

Are probiotics really good for you?

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Probiotics appear to be all the rage in health-related commercials these days. These “good” bacteria reputedly help your digestive system maintain a healthy balance by replacing normal flora and controlling the growth of harmful bacteria. But are they really good for you? This is an important question, especially for cancer patients.

The power of laughter for cancer patients

Meagan Brown, MA, LCSW

Babies can start laughing when they’re only three months old. By the time they’re children, they can do it up to a hundred times a day. But for us adults, laughter can get lost in the whirlwind of life’s responsibilities and challenges. We often don’t feel like laughing when pain and stress demand your attention. But it’s exactly then that laughter can pull us through and change our outlook on life.

Emperor cancer documentary airing next week on PBS

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Video: Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies Introduction

Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies Introduction

The king of terrors. A hidden assassin. The emperor of all maladies. Cancer has been called many things since its first documented appearance thousands of years ago in a Persian queen. But now more than ever, there’s hope amid the scourge, according to Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, a six-hour PBS documentary airing over three nights next week.

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