Hydrotherapy makes a splash

 Give me an excuse to exercise in warm water – and I dive in Advice rains on cancer survivors saying exercise is GOOD for recovery after cancer, but sometimes it’s difficult to access. The NHS  promises and advises, but the practicalities of finding...

Foods to avoid if you are on a diet

Who doesn’t want to lose weight? I am not a Nutritionist/Dietician/Doctor, just an ordinary patient.  But I sometimes feel that not enough notice is taken of what we need and what works for us.  My weight ballooned on Tamoxifen, and no-one seemed able to give me...

Cooking for cancer survivors

Too tired to cook – so what can we eat? The answer could be in a new cookbook by Sarah Rainey, Three Ingredient Baking [amazon_link asins=’0718184793′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’wwwaftercance-21′ marketplace=’UK’...

Exercise is VERY good for us

Yet another study shows that Cancer patients who exercise regularly have a better recovery rate Latest research to come out of the States points out that one of the most important benefits of exercise is in how it reduces our risk of developing a number of types of...
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