Don’t Go on a Walk Without Your Sunblock!

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, “it is estimated that nearly 9,500 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with skin cancer every day.” Summertime is the easiest time to skip proper care of your skin. However, your chances of getting skin cancer are increased by not taking care of your skin. The National Council on Skin… Read more.

Stress 101

Stress 101 Stress and anxiety go hand-in-hand with a cancer diagnosis. Moreover, just because your active treatment has ended doesn’t mean the stress and anxiety will as well. You may worry about whether the treatment really worked. Or your cancer treatments may have brought changes to your body that you need to adapt to. You… Read more.

Return to Sex & Intimacy – For Cancer Survivors and their Partners

    Michael J. Russer and Jacqueline V. Lopez are partners who work together to help others understand the challenges of maintaining a romantic relationship while being faced with cancer. They are aware, and experience every day, the possibilities of changing these challenges into extraordinary emotional, sexual and spiritual intimacy. Their mission is to “assist cancer… Read more.

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.

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.