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Lymphedema is a common side after breast cancer surgery, particularly for women who undergo armpit lymph node removal.
A single mom driving all night with her sick child because she can’t afford a hotel room? That’s what cancer means in the United States.
Cancer patients with lower health literacy reported worse quality of life.
Pairing low-income and minority cancer patients with community health workers improved quality of life.
More young women with breast cancer choose mastectomy over breast-conserving surgery but there may be sexual and psychosocial costs.
For breast cancer survivors who were overweight or obese, diet alone led to weight loss but a diet/exercise combo means more vitality, too.
Injections given every month or every other month were preferred over daily pills.
More movement and fewer periods of uninterrupted sitting are emerging as valuable tools for people after a diagnosis of cancer.
Stroke survivors in poor neighborhoods are more likely to experience worse recovery outcomes.
Most doctors don’t follow current rehab guidelines.
Real Health wants to know about your quality of life.
A global study examined how outcomes improve when physicians engage their HIV-positive patients in joint decision-making.
Starting palliative interventions at the onset of hospitalization for chemotherapy greatly improves quality of life.
A lack of quality sleep gave rise to more days of poor physical and mental health, among other health problems.
Wellspring Global provides free content from stress management and wellness experts at more than a dozen cancer centers.
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