There are already a variety of ways medical marijuana patients can ingest pot. Some smoke it, take it in pill form or choose to eat it in things like smoothies, cookies and even ice-cream.
Breast Cancer Awareness Articles
Breast Cancer Stories: We Could Have Caught it Sooner
If I had gone back sooner, maybe we could have caught the cancer sooner.
This recipe is chock-full of ingredients that help fight cancer. It’s also delicious. Try one for lunch today.
If you decide to buy an item that you believe is doing great things in the world of breast cancer research or treatment, or even a cure, make absolute sure it’s not something that’s putting something potentially toxic or cancer-causing into the environment.
Guided breathing, visualization and relaxation exercises can help relieve pain and stress in breast cancer patients.
Breast Cancer Stories: Let Others Take Care of You
I eat well, and exercise, all the things that lower risks of cancer. But, as I’ve heard before and now know firsthand, cancer is indiscriminate.
You wouldn’t be human if you weren’t scared. Fear of breast cancer (especially during the Pink Month) has every woman a bit jittery, but for those who’ve fought it, anxiety can feel as if it’s taking over their lives.
Breast Cancer Stories: It’s a Hideous Disease
My family often said that they didn’t care if I had one breast or no breast, as long as I was here with them.
Here’s a recipe that celebrates breast cancer awareness month in one of the sweetest ways possible: warm, delicious, and delightfully pink cinnamon rolls.
Caring for a sick friend or relative over a long period of time — whether they have cancer, Alzheimer’s, or any other ailment — is a great and noble thing. The problem is that it can also take a toll on your health. Here are some ways to handle that.
Breast Cancer Stories: BRCA 2 Meant Removing My Healthy Breasts
Back in 2003 everyone thought I was completely crazy to remove my breasts when I did not have cancer. The thing was, I watched my mother die of the disease. I was not going to wait to get it and then have my kids watch. I fought it.
Breast cancer patients express their struggles through art classes. A Susan G. Komen grant provides breast cancer patients at the Queen’s Medical Center with an artist in residence program.