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Jan 11 2017
By ELIZABETH MARGLINJANUARY 10, 2017   For many women, a diagnosis of breast cancer provokes the fear of physical survival. But hot on the heels of worrying about one's mortality comes the fear of being able to financially survive cancer. A 2014 study suggests that about 25% of long-term breast cancer survivors go into debt to pay for their treatment,...
Jan 3 2017
1/19 Fighting Cancer by the Plateful No single food can prevent cancer, but the right combination of foods may help make a difference. At mealtimes, strike a balance of at least two-thirds plant-based foods and no more than one-third animal protein. This "New American Plate" is an important cancer fighting tool, according to the American Institute for Cancer Research. Check out better and...
Dec 29 2016
CHRIS RYAN/GETTY IMAGES     When it comes to setting New Year’s resolutions, most people shoot for the moon. We tell ourselves that this will be the year we’ll give up carbs, go running every morning, become a vegan or quit drinking. Inevitably, three weeks later, we find ourselves right back where we started. What gives?  When it comes to health goals in particular...
Dec 29 2016
From: EatingWell Magazine For a nonalcoholic version, combine 2½ cups seltzer and 2 cups pomegranate juice. Nutrition profile Gluten-Free Low Carbohydrate Low Fat Vegan Ingredients 2 cups champagne 1/2 cup citrus vodka 1 cup pomegranate juice 1 cup seltzer Lemon twists for garnish Preparation Active 5 m, Ready In 5 m Combine champagne,...
Dec 27 2016
Living a healthy life is a great way to lower your cancer risk, but some experts believe that a resolution may not be the best way to that. As the new year approaches, many people make resolutions or pledges to be healthier. And while living a healthy life is a great way to lower your cancer risk, some experts believe that a resolution may not be the best way to do that. “Most New...

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