My Wife Susan’s Response to Cancer

As we’ve discussed over the last several weeks, the journey from cancer diagnosis to a place of healing can be long and difficult. Jenny Leyh’s experience—which was shot a couple years ago in a cancer video series—has proven to be an eye-opening depiction of this ordeal. With her honest discussion of cancer and her steps […]

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Five Steps to a New Normal: Life After Cancer

Jenny Leyh is a mother, freelance writer, cancer survivor and integrative health advocate living in Haddon Heights, New Jersey. Hearing the words “you have cancer” was devastating. It was a life-altering diagnosis that caused time to stand still. But once a plan was established and the treatment began, the fear and unknowns morphed into empowerment. […]

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The Incredible Journey of a Cancer Survivor

Learn More   Cancer is a complex illness and being diagnosed with cancer sets off multiple reactions and changes – mind, body, and spirit. Being diagnosed with cancer can be a traumatic experience. And like most traumatic experiences, it can leave a lifelong, lasting imprint on a person. As we wrap up Breast Cancer Awareness […]

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10 Complementary and Lifestyle Approaches to Help with Breast Cancer Care

Having breast cancer and getting through treatment can be the biggest challenge someone ever faces. Integrative breast cancer care—that is, care focused on mind and body practices, natural products, and lifestyle changes in addition to your conventional treatment— can help you on your healing journey by: Activating your ability to heal Helping you feel better […]

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Managing Election Stress and Burnout

Prepare and take care during the campaign season Just when you think you have a handle on the craziness, along comes another presidential election. With the rancor of 2016’s race in mind, you may not be looking forward to another round, but here it is. In 2020, the circumstances of daily life are disrupted by […]

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5 Common Cancer Myths You Should Tune Out

Myths about cancer spread because they seem to make sense. The internet is full of these myths and friends and family members who are trying to help people with cancer often share them. The truth is that these there’s no credible evidence for these myths. Paying attention to them only causes more stress and worry. […]

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Journaling is Your Safe Place to Face Your Trauma, Find Out Why

Journaling is a way of going on a retreat without leaving your home. It is a way to access and acknowledge past experiences that may be causing you pain and reintegrating them into your life so they become a part of you. It helps bring order to your deepest thoughts and fears and enables you […]

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Women Have More Chronic Pain Than Men. Here’s What to do About it.

If you have chronic pain, you’re not alone. An estimated 25.3 million adults in the United States report severe, daily pain, significantly more women than men, while 55 percent of U.S. adults report at least some pain in the past three months. Chronic pain is one of the most frequent reasons for physician visits and […]

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We Are What We Eat. How Food Can Treat Chronic Pain.

Chronic pain is the medical term for pain that lasts more than about three months. The word “chronic” means “long-lasting.” Researchers estimate that more than 100 million American adults have chronic pain, so you are not alone. Chronic pain is one of the leading reasons we visit the doctor and take medication. It is extremely […]

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Adrienne’s Story: From Patient to Patient Advocate

Inevitably in life, we or a family member will get sick or hurt at some point. Sometimes it will build slowly, and other times it pops up out of nowhere. That is why understanding the role of a patient advocate will help make a stressful time more manageable. Thankfully, we now have more resources to […]

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