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Preventing Burnout as a Cancer Caregiver

by Margaretta Page, RN, MS Being a cancer caregiver can be a daunting task. Family caregivers are expected to step up and become extensions of the healthcare team, often without …

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Small but Mighty

Blueberries The blueberry is one of the few fruits native to North America. Native Americans used the berries and parts of the plant for medicine. Today, blueberries have a “rockstar” …

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Berry Bread Pudding Recipe

Valentine’s Day Treat: Berry Bread Pudding Recipe This article appears in the February 1, 2012 issue of AICR’s eNews. This bread pudding, packed with 2 full cups of fruit, is perfect for …

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10 Tips for Caregiving During the Holidays

Feeling stressed? Reset your expectations and enjoy the little moments. Click here for 10 Caregiving tips!

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Cranberries

If you are looking for a fun “Foodie” trip from Cedar Rapids; consider driving 4 hours north to Warren WI to see the harvesting of cranberries. They even have a …

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When Your Partner Has Breast Cancer

Some (Not So) Obvious Caregiving Tips from a Husband’s Perspective by Keith T. Hardeman There are few things more frightening than a cancer diagnosis for your spouse. This was our …

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“Three Sisters” Squash, Corn, & Black Bean Salad

“Three Sisters” Squash, Corn, & Black Bean Salad

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Children’s Holiday Celebration

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Football Parties? Try These Healthy Snack Recipes

Whether you tailgate at the football stadium or watch the game from home; you can still enjoy healthier versions of these favorite fall appetizers. Don’t forget the fresh fruit and …

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