Lindsay is a two-time breast cancer survivor being diagnosed at 36 and 38. She is passionate about self-advocating for your cancer care and being informed and empowered regarding your family history and genetic mutations.
In 2009, after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer while deployed in Iraq, Brandi fought to overcome her diagnosis, heal after her treatments, and reclaimed her life through therapy, physical activities, and other healthy-living practices.
By Beverly Nelson Aging when you are surrounded by relatives and loved ones is hard enough. But when you have no one to turn to for assistance with everyday challenges, it can be especially difficult. That’s why we put together this list of information and resources for those who want to help seniors in their communities live safer, happier, more fulfilling lives: Financial DecisionsMany seniors have no retirement savings and are living on a fixed income. Nonetheless, it is possible to thrive under such circumstances. When helping a senior who is struggling financially, take a close look at their monthly budget with them and see where they can reduce expenses, whether it’s housing, transportation, dining out, and so on. If...
By Cat Phillips
In 2010 I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and then breast cancer in 2011. I went through chemotherapy and multiple surgeries, as well as holistic and integrative treatments. The lymphoma quickly healed, but breast cancer continued to haunt me. I experienced several recurrences which resulted in excessive surgeries, treatments and cosmetic procedures.