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Can meditation help cope with cancer?

Can meditation help cope with cancer?

In recent years, it has become extremely popular in Western cultures because as well as helping to relax minds with our busy fast-paced lives, many people say that meditation has improved their general wellbeing and health. In fact, meditation has proven to be a promising practice to help decrease symptoms and side effects of chemo and radiation, improve sleep and strengthen the immune system – all vital to fighting and beating cancer....

How is Cancer Immunotherapy revolutionising cancer treatment?

How is Cancer Immunotherapy revolutionising cancer treatment?

Cancer immunotherapy is a form of cancer treatment that uses the power of the body’s own immune system to prevent, control, and eliminate cancer. As June is Cancer Immunotherapy Awareness Month, we thought we’d find out a bit more about this exciting new area of treatment research and share it with you....

Things you should know about blood cancer

Things you should know about blood cancer

September is blood cancer awareness month – an important event for a surprisingly under-discussed type of cancer. ...

How to discuss your cancer diagnosis with your boss and work colleagues

How to discuss your cancer diagnosis with your boss and work colleagues

Discussing your cancer diagnosis with anyone is difficult, but many people find it particularly challenging breaking the news to their boss and work colleagues. ...

Is it time to stop using antiperspirants? does aluminum cause cancer?

Is it time to stop using antiperspirants? does aluminum cause cancer?

One thing we feel passionate about at Penguin Cold Caps is encouraging women and men to live healthier lifestyles, which can help to reduce the risk of contracting cancer. ...

4 books that will help you fight cancer head-on

4 books that will help you fight cancer head-on

When you’re going through cancer treatment, it’s natural to seek support from your family, your friends, and your physician. However, as helpful as they can be, it is difficult for them to put their feet in your shoes and understand how you’re truly feeling. ...