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Peach Slushy

Bryan Gardner; Food Styling: Anna Hampton; Prop Styling: Mindi Shaprio Yield   3 cups Turn sweet summer fruit into a refreshing homemade slushy. Ingredients 2 cups frozen peach wedges 1 1/2 …

Spotting the signs of dehydration- easy first steps

Water makes up two thirds of our body. It is vital we drink enough fluid to maintain a healthy balance. Many people get dehydrated by not drinking enough fluid or …

5 Lessons on Dealing with a Spouse with Cancer

Life is short While my husband David did not die from his cancer, his diagnosis did introduce the stark reality of what could happen. Statistically speaking, my 55-year-old husband had …

One-Pan Pasta

Ingredients: 12 oz. good quality whole grain linguine or pasta of choice, i.e. Barilla 1 onion, thinly sliced 12 oz. cherry or grape tomatoes 2 Tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 12-24 …

Whole Grains and Colorectal Cancer

This article appears in the March 7, 2019 issue of AICR’s eNews. March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and March 27th is Whole Grains Sampling Day, which is organized by the Whole …

Survivorship Care – meeting your unique needs

The word survivorship has received a lot of attention in recent years. Survivorship literally means the act of surviving. Cancer survivorship grew from a recognition that there is more to …

An Ode to the Caregivers

In the patient-centric world of oncology, let’s not overlook who stands watch and gives without expecting anything in return. To read more click here.

5 Lessons on Dealing with a Spouse with Cancer

Spousal relationships should come first For most of my marriage, I failed miserably at this. I immersed myself in mothering babies and toddlers and, as the parents of eight children, …

Your Guide to the Mediterranean Diet

Make Each Day Mediterranean Click here to find out more about how to Make Each Day Mediterranean.

Tuna Patties

This is really a case of “what is old becomes new.” My mother used to make these for us when we were growing up in the 1960’s. (Please don’t do …