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Preparing Your Loved Ones With Aflac’s Cancer Protection Assurance

This post was sponsored by Aflac as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central, and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Cancer is that big ugly word that has affected us all in some way, shape or form. Whether you’ve battled cancer personally or...
Posted On 06 Jun 2018

Life After Cancer: Getting Back On Track

For many people, getting the all-clear after going through months or years of cancer treatment is a truly magical moment. You will now have completely won the battle against this awful disease, and can get to work on putting your life back on track. Of course, just because you...
Posted On 09 Feb 2018

How To Lower Your Cancer Risk

According to the World Health Organisation, cancer is one of the world’s largest killers, in 2015 it was responsible for 8.8 million deaths across the world. On a global scale, nearly one in six deaths is attributed to cancer. While treatments for cancer are improving all the...
Posted On 15 Jan 2018

A Tower of Strength: How to Support a Loved One Who Has Cancer

When someone you love has cancer, it can be incredibly difficult to know how to act, what to say and how you can help. However, it’s important to remember that there aren’t any rules. Just like your friendship and love are unique, so too is your relationship, and it’s this that...
Posted On 07 Aug 2017

Hey Fellas! Support Your Balls and Get Checked For Testicular Cancer!

No-Shave November is a big movement that many men participate in, to embrace their hair because many Cancer patients don’t have it. While I find it commendable that so many men participate in this movement, I’ve noticed that many of these men are neglecting their own...
Posted On 14 Nov 2016

How to Handle Your Emotions After a Cancer Diagnosis

According to the National Cancer Institute, when a person is first diagnosed with cancer, he or she may deal with an upsurge of emotions. These feelings can change by the minute or hour and can feel frighteningly intense. The important thing to understand is that feelings of...
Posted On 09 Aug 2016

Extending Borrowed Time: Reduce The Risk Of Getting Cancer In Your Later Years

It’s a death sentence: cancer. You don’t want it — nobody does. But, for many, the causes seem elusive. You hear stories of otherwise healthy people getting cancer. It’s downright terrifying. You live a healthy lifestyle, but is it healthy enough? Here’s how to dramatically...
Posted On 27 Apr 2016

5 Ways How To Support Your Friend Or Family Member Dealing With Breast Cancer

Last year was one of the toughest year’s for me, I lost 2 friends to Cancer and it was a reminder of how much Cancer is effecting all of our lives in on one way shape or form.  My grandmother also passed away from Breast Cancer years ago, when this happened I remembered my...
Posted On 27 Oct 2015

Seven Signs of Cancer all Women Should Be Aware Of

Cancer in women can occur at any age. A majority of cancer cases, however, is seen women of 30-55 age groups. The body of a woman undergoes many major changes throughout life. After puberty, pregnancy, and menopause, a woman’s body goes through several hormonal changes. While...

Cancer Research and New Treatment Discoveries #infographic

Did you know that there are more than 100 different types of cancer? Cancer begins when there are mutations that cause your cells to grow rapidly and uncontrollably. The disease can be broken down into various categories, with the main ones being carcinoma, sarcoma and leukemia....
Posted On 31 Mar 2014

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Learn How To Do Your Self Breast Check

  It’s breast cancer awareness month, with more and more people developing all types of cancer it’s very important that you get checked out when you can. Early detection is one of the best ways that you can fight the disease. What I’ve realized is that...
Posted On 01 Oct 2013

5 Survivors Share #Cancer Stories in New Film “The Cause Is The Cure” Check It Out Oct. 5th

For many, talking about cancer still only happens in whispered tones. As if saying the word makes you more likely to get it. Of course, that’s not true. While there is a small portion of cancers (5-10 percent) that are genetic, the vast majority of cancer cases develop from...
Posted On 26 Sep 2013

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we’ll be raising funds on our site to send to Susan G. Komen’s foundation. Breast Cancer is something that hits very close to home for me and my family and many others. As and avid football fan I LOVE that the NFL has taken...
Posted On 03 Oct 2011