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The State Of Supplements – Infographic

A large majority of Americans take supplements, and many have increased usage since the COVID-19 pandemic started, notably to enhance their immunity and improve their sleep. While most Americans take supplements, many lack knowledge on safe use recommendations.

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Designing a Healing Environment by Removing Stress Barriers

According to the American Psychological Association (APA), 71% of Americans say that they are at their lowest point mentally and emotionally. Additionally, the APA states that 1 in 4 health care workers have been seeking emotional support since the start of the pandemic. One third of all Americans have clinical anxiety or depression, according to […]

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The Pocket Guide to Cancer Pain

Pain is a common cancer side effect. At least 20 to 50 percent of people with cancer report having pain. Cancer pain can be caused by injury to the nerves, cancer spreading to the bones or other structures in the body, and inflammation.

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Movement and Cancer Pocket Guide

Resting to conserve energy may seem like the right thing to do when you have cancer. After all, the body and mind are facing the stresses of diagnosis, treatment, and side effects. In the past, doctors did not generally recommend physical activity for people with cancer. But that has changed. Today, your treatment plan is […]

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Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) Pocket Guide

Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is numbness, tingling and pain in the hands, feet, fingers and toes. It is often caused by cancer treatment. You pronounce it “purr-IF-err-ull nurr-AW-path-ee.” It is also called CIPN for “chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.” If you need certain types of chemotherapy drugs to treat your cancer, PN is possible. These drugs include: The […]

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An Integrative Health Approach to Chronic Kidney Disease

If you are one of the 37 million people in the United States with chronic kidney disease, read this guide to explore how an integrative health approach can help. Before you make any changes, talk to your doctor and health care team to see what is best for your specific case.

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