Prostate Cancer Awareness Month is a necessary time to increase awareness and highlight the
importance of the second most common cancer in men worldwide—prostate cancer.
Fortunately, advancements in prostate cancer research have led to promising
improvements in treatment possibilities. In recent years, breakthroughs in risk identification, early detection, and targeted treatments and therapies are helping to provide better outcomes for men with the disease.
When is the last time you’ve had a good laugh? I mean a belly laugh; you know, the kind that brings tears to your eyes. Didn’t it feel good?
Everyone has heard the adage that “Laughter is the Best Medicine”. Actually, there’s something to that! That’s right, laughter not only makes you feel good, it can also affect your health in a positive way.
We understand that cancer can cause a series of emotions. Remember, there is no right or wrong way to feel. Whether you were diagnosed with cancer or supporting a loved one, finding ways to relax and reduce stress will improve your overall health. Stress can affect the immune system, disrupt sleep and cause digestive issues and pain. Relaxation provides physical and emotional benefits, and practicing mindfulness can help you feel strong and focused.