Butternut Squash and Spinach Lasagna

This month we have made Butternut Squash and Spinach Lasagna.  This may be different than your usual lasagna with two vegetables you likely don’t eat often, but because of the incredible benefits and wonderful flavors of this dish, we are sure this recipe will become a staple in your home. Butternut squash is high in… Read more.

Mini Turkey Meatloaf

Substituting ground turkey for ground beef in some of your favorite recipes can provide many health benefits, such as reducing the saturated fat and cholesterol levels in each meal. Ground turkey has a lower calorie count and is higher is protein. It also contributes to your daily requirements for B-complex vitamins and selenium. Selenium is… Read more.

Seasonal Vegetable Frittata

Eating well is important for everyone, but it is essential for people living with, through and beyond cancer, which is why we have created a series of cooking tutorials to make cooking a fun and enjoyable experience! Each month we will be launching a new video on our various social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn,… Read more.

There Is Strength To Be Found In Sharing The Journey

Dr. David Houchens spent 35 years in preclinical and clinical cancer research in a variety of cancer types. He directed laboratory studies and coordinated research efforts related to prevention, detection, and treatment at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, and at Battelle Memorial Institute, as well as in a private bio-tech firm here… Read more.

This Place Is Like A Flower, by Debbie Beyer

“It’s like a flower to me.” That’s how Rosalyn Green describes Cancer Support Community. Rosalyn is a regular attendee at the Qigong, Tai Chi and Gentle Yoga classes, which she says bring her peace of mind and help give her a better understanding of her body. “It’s like I’m blossoming and growing. I’m learning who… Read more.

A Place of So Many Thank Yous

One sentence, three words— “You have cancer.” Hearing this once is enough for an entire lifetime, but for Cheryl Eddy, that was not case. Over the last five years, Cheryl has been burdened with hearing that message three times. But throughout these years, she has managed to beat the odds and she continues on her… Read more.

How to Let Stress Empower You, by Rob Rutledge, MD, Oncologist

As part of an experiment, you are asked to give an impromptu five-minute speech about your personal weaknesses.  You stand in front of a video camera and bright lights – two ‘observers’ who have been instructed to snicker, shake their heads disapprovingly, and whisper to one another throughout your presentation. At the conclusion of your… Read more.

All of Us, by Tom Thon

I have been a resident of Columbus for over 35 years. My business career has been in media, primarily managing radio stations. As radio stations are licensed by the federal government, licensees are required to “give back” to their respective communities–usually by PSA’s and other related public affairs programming. So I experienced the requirement of… Read more.