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Not only does staying active improve an individual's quality of life and help them stay healthy, but it also can reduce risk of 13 different kinds of cancer. Daniel Landau, MD, explains this newfound link between exercise and cancer prevention.
A recent study suggest caregivers have a significant risk for being clinically depressed or experiencing depressive symptoms. Diane Robinson, PhD, reviews these findings and shares how caregivers can seek support.
On Sept. 11, join our team of experts for the second annual Gynecologic Community Awareness event, presented by the Gynecologic Cancer Center. Participate in our Survivor's Walk at 10 a.m., then our seminar at 11 a.m. We hope to see you there.
More than 1.2 million Americans live with HIV, according to the CDC. A new study indicates that HIV patients with cancer are less likely to get cancer treatment. Veronica Schimp, DO, explores these new findings. http://bit.ly/2bkCwU9
Orlando Family Magazine and Best Doctors have published this year's list of Central Florida's best doctors. Congratulations are in order for all our cancer specialists who made the list.
Family members and loved ones disagree more than 50 percent of the time with the doctor’s prognosis for their loved one. Diane Robinson, PhD, explains why doctors and surrogates disagree so often.
Demand for genetic counselors in Florida has grown rapidly in recent years, and with the University of Central Florida's and the University of South Florida's new graduate programs, creating a way to license counselors is the next step to ensure quality care. Ryan Bisson, our genetics specialist, weighs in on this issue with the Orlando Sentinel.
Undergoing cancer treatment can be a stressful time in anyone's life, but music has been proven to reduce stress. Try our music therapy group to learn how to use music as a mood booster, stress reducer and therapeutic tool throughout cancer recovery. To RSVP, please call 321.841.5056 or email email@example.com.
This ancient Chinese practice revitalizes your body with simple mindfulness breath and smooth, flowing movements. In addition to providing positive effects on the physical body, Tai Chi also aids in mental, spiritual and emotional functioning. To RSVP, please call 321.841.5056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More physical activity led to a 7 percent overall lower risk of many cancers. https://t.co/9ubed3HKIs
Researchers also found a link between increased exercise and a lower risk for bladder, kidney and liver cancers. https://t.co/9ubed3HKIs
Exercise can reduce risk of 13 kinds of cancer. Daniel Landau, MD explains the link between exercise and cancer risk.https://t.co/9ubed3HKIs
Our Cancer Support Community is a great resource if you are caring for a loved one with cancer. https://t.co/CsdyikoV5n
There are local support groups, therapists and mental health professionals available if you need someone to talk to. https://t.co/CsdyikoV5n
If you are a caregiver facing a huge amount of stress, then don’t hesitate to seek outside help. https://t.co/CsdyikoV5n
Join our team of experts at Lake Eola Park for the second annual Gynecologic Community Awareness event. https://t.co/DoU463O6jd
Caregivers reported high levels of fatigue, insomnia, withdrawal from social activity and increased irritability. https://t.co/CsdyikoV5n
Participate in our Survivor's Walk at 10, then our seminar at 11. We hope to see you there. https://t.co/XdgaTIzdY6
Caregivers may have a significant risk for becoming clinically depressed. Diane Robinson, PhD, explains why. https://t.co/CsdyikoV5n
On Sept. 11, join our team of experts for the second annual Gynecologic Community Awareness event. https://t.co/kBBff5QnYC
HIV patients with cancer are less likely to get cancer treatment. Veronica Schimp, DO, explores these new findings. https://t.co/XYwemW1BEH
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