The Ugly Truth: Carcinogens in Cosmetics

Cosmetics are defined by their intended use in the U.S., via the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act as “articles intended to be rubbed, poured, sprinkled or sprayed on, introduced into, or otherwise applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting ...

2019-06-28T00:22:13+00:00Beauty, Cancer, Local Articles, Wellness|

Cancer and the Holidays: Keep It Simple, Keep It Real

Ready or not, the holidays are just around the corner. Each year, the holiday season afford us an opportunity to look more deeply into life, take less for granted, reset priorities, renew spiritual faith, or connect more deeply with loved ones and strangers ...

Imagine Your Way to Well-Being

“Imagination is more powerful than knowledge,” is one of Albert Einstein’s most famous quotations. Coming from one of the most brilliant scientists of modern history, the statement lends major credibility to the roles imagination plays in our world. Einstein ...

Supportive Therapies for Pets with Cancer

Of the approximately 98 million dogs and cats in the United States, the Animal Cancer Foundation estimates that 12 million new cases of cancer in pets are diagnosed every year. With one in every eight pets running the risk of cancer, the likelihood of any given pet ...

Food and Gardening for Cancer Prevention

Cancer is a frightening word. According to the National Institute of Health, cancer deaths worldwide are predicted to go from 8 million in 2012 to 13 million in 2030, an increase of 60 percent. Cancer itself is not one disease, but many with a multitude of causes. The ...

Tap Out of It

Cancer. The word—once whispered, now spoken aloud—still comes as a shock. Hearing that we or a loved one has cancer is a blow and can be a terrifying moment. It leaves even the strongest among us stunned. Shock, fear, anger and numbness are all expected, but ...