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The 10 Worst Gifts for Cancer Patients -- And What To Get Instead The 10 Worst Gifts for Cancer Patients -- And What To Get Instead
When you hear a loved one has cancer, your first instinct may be to get them a gift. That’s a great, thoughtful gesture! But it’s important to note that not all gifts are uplifting or helpful. In fact, some gifts may even be harmful for a cancer patient. Here’s what you need to know about the worst gifts for cancer patients, and we’ll also offer some helpful alternatives to shop instead.
World Lymphedema Day World Lymphedema Day

Lymphedema is a buildup of lymph fluid in your fatty tissues, just under your skin. The buildup can cause swelling and discomfort at times. Often times, lymphedema occurs in the arms or legs, but can also happen in the breasts, neck, trunk, abdomen or genitals.  

It is important to understand that at time lymphedema can cause severe or serious problems that can lead to long term or chronic conditions. The earlier you catch it and carefully manage it, can really help reduce your symptoms and help keep if from getting any worse. 

How to Make a Cancer Killer Juice How to Make a Cancer Killer Juice

Find out how to create the best "cancer killer" juice recipe that is rich in antioxidants, fresh fruits and vegetables & is anti inflammatory to boost your immune system. 

How To Tighten Bra Straps The Right Way How To Tighten Bra Straps The Right Way

When you put your bra on each morning, does it feel more like you’re weighed down than uplifted? Does your bra strap fall off your shoulders multiple times a day for no real reason? If this sounds like you, it may be time to adjust your bra straps. Read on for a step-by-step guide on how to tighten your bra straps and ways to fix your ill-fitting bra.

Chemo Curls 101: What they are & How to Care for Them Chemo Curls 101: What they are & How to Care for Them
You may have had stick straight hair before chemotherapy, but now welcome post chemo hair curls. Read on to discover how chemotherapy affects your hair texture, hair growth and how to properly care for and style your new look. 
Why Your DIEP Flap Surgery May Be At Risk Why Your DIEP Flap Surgery May Be At Risk
In 1998 The Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act (WHCRA) was put into place as a federal law to protect a patient's right to choose breast reconstruction in connection with a mastectomy; this is now at risk as per the most recent attack on women’s healthcare and benefits as put forth by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services