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Honey and Pectin for Chemo-Associated Dry Mouth

Dry Mouth

Don’t Suffer With Dry Mouth Chemotherapy, though often very effective, can cause several uncomfortable side effects. Such side effects may even deter patients from seeking chemotherapy treatment. However, there are various ways to prevent or treat these side effects to make chemotherapy and the aftermath a more pleasant experience. Dry mouth, known clinically as xerostomia, […]

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The Importance of Staying Hydrated During Your Cancer Treatment

Hydrating With Cancer

Helping Your Body Heal During Treatment Hydration is the key to a healthy life. Drinking plenty of water becomes even more important when your body is going through the difficult and demanding process of cancer treatment. Taking care of your health during cancer treatment is vital to your recovery and important for your overall wellness. […]

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Cancer Over Christmas

Cancer Christmas

Cancer Changes Everything Christmas is a time for people to come together. For those with cancer, Christmas may be a difficult time. Cancer may restrict travel or limit people from getting together with their families over the holidays. Here are some things to keep in mind for those who have loved ones with Cancer this […]

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Mental Preparation for Chemotherapy: How to Do it Properly

Mental Preparedness Cancer

Being Mentally Ready is Part of Fighting Cancer Going through chemotherapy is stressful, and it affects everyone in a different manner. Since it is a long treatment with a handful of side effects, it is only normal for people to feel scared and anxious before they start it. Therefore, mindful preparation is essential because the […]

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Staying Hydrated During Cancer Treatment


Water is Important, Even When You Have Cancer Cancer treatment can be a draining experience. After your treatment, you will feel exhausted and may even experience some nausea and vomiting. Taking care of your body during your cancer treatment will ensure that you make it through as best you can with as little discomfort as […]

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