Joints of Cancer

The normal aches and pains that come with aging can slow you down if you let them. Stiff joints and creaky knees can prevent you from making plans and enjoying an active lifestyle. When combined with chemotherapy and long hours of treatment, joint pain can make you feel like a prisoner in your own body,…

Customer Story: Jacqueline Weatherall

Healthy, young and active, Jacqueline Weatherall was shocked to find out she was diagnosed with breast cancer in her late 40s. After enduring six months of chemotherapy and a double mastectomy, Weatherall then learned she had a rare form of aggressive breast cancer called triple negative metaplastic, with only a 13 percent survival rate after…

Love One Another

When your loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it can be a frightening and confusing time. You may have questions that you are afraid to ask for fear of the answers, or you may feel emotionally distraught and unsure of what to do or how to help. Unwavering support, kind words and good deeds can…

How You Can Help Save the Monarch Butterfly

Chances are you’ve seen monarch butterflies fluttering around in your garden or in a nearby public park. You probably didn’t think much about the bold orange and black insects because they’re fairly common in the United States. However, monarch sightings may be becoming more infrequent, according to a recent PBS report earlier this month that…

Mind, Body, Soul

Chemotherapy puts your body under tremendous stress as it works to stop the growth of cancerous cells. During this time, you can become physically and emotionally fragile. It is important to take care of your mind, body and soul during treatment and restore a sense of balance in your life.   While the chemotherapy is…