Inflammation, which can be caused by poor diet, plays an important role in cancer development. By choosing a low-inflammatory diet such as the Mediterranean diet you can reduce your risk of certain cancers.
Ackerman Cancer Center’s newly expanded, comprehensive Breast Care Program offers women in Northeast Florida access to a full range of breast cancer services in two convenient locations.
A latex allergy occurs when a person becomes sensitized to proteins in natural rubber latex. At times, this can also be associated with a range of food allergies.
For cancer patients and caregivers, it is important to have a source of comfort and community through the cancer journey. This can come in the form of in-person or online support programs.
Cancer fatigue and insomnia are very common side effects for cancer patients to experience. Managing these conditions can be challenging, so we have provided a list of tips that you may find helpful to manage your cancer-related fatigue or insomnia.
Learn how to eat healthy at home and out at restaurants with these easy calorie swaps. You don't have to sacrifice all of your favorite meals if you make a few smart choices.
What is the difference between glycemic load and glycemic index, and how can they impact everything from your cognitive health to your cardio metabolic risk?
Researchers have developed a way to more fully analyze cancer-free lymph nodes to identify breast cancer patients at high risk of metastases.
The blueberry has long been touted as a nutritional powerhouse. The tiny fruit is low in calories but packed with powerful nutrients and antioxidants. Now, a study published in Pathology and Oncology Research finds that combining blueberry extract with radiation therapy could boost treatment effectiveness.
Pistachios are among the top 50 foods with high antioxidant potential, and are rich in many vitamins and nutrients.