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When living with a chronic illness, nutrition can be vital for your healing and overall health. Check out these 6 easy and nutritious recipes perfect for those with a chronic illness.  
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In this blog post, we’ve outlined the history of scrubs, why they’re worn, and which medical professionals currently wear them.
Koreen was 30-weeks pregnant when she learned that her inflamed breast turned out to be Stage III Breast Cancer. Read how she navigated her chemo journey, plus tips for going through treatment.
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When Alexandra was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin's Lymphoma at the age of 29, she decided to focus all her effort on her art. Read how she has been using art as a therapeutic outlet throughout her chemo journey.
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Scrubs come in nearly every color of the rainbow, but what does each color actually symbolize? We’ve broken down what kinds of emotions each color evokes, according to color psychology, as well as the most common colors worn by role.
"I’ve been sick for as long as I can remember. I was in pain all the time and no one could tell me why. All I wanted was a chance to be normal and to understand what was happening with my body."
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You just got the worst news of your life…you have cancer. Now it’s time to pick up the phone and tell your closest friends and family members. Aisha shares how she created a "Code of Cancer" to help break the news.
Intravenous antibiotics are antibiotics that are administered directly into a vein so that they can enter the bloodstream immediately and bypass the absorption in the gut. It is estimated that more than 250,000 patients in the US receive outpatient IV antibiotics to treat bacterial infections.

The warning signs and symptoms of Vulvar Cancer often mimic other gynecological issues and are therefore frequently ignored or misdiagnosed. Read Karen's inspiring story of vulvar cancer diagnosis, and how she overcame her fears.

Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN), also known as intravenous or IV nutrition feeding, is a method of getting nutrition into the body through the veins. In other words, it provides nutrients for patients who do not have a functioning GI tract or who have disorders requiring complete bowel rest.
A cancer diagnosis can be frightening and devastating for anyone, but research has found that cancer is more depressing for men than women. Whether you're a caregiver or just a friend, learn how you can best support a man in your life that is going through cancer. 
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After getting a chemo port inserted, one of the biggest challenges many patients face is sleeping comfortably. Read our guide on tips for sleeping with a port.
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Cancer patients often experience harsh side effects from chemotherapy, such as dry, sensitive skin. Here are 6 of the most hydrating chemo creams, all under $30!

In honor of #RareDiseaseDay, we wanted to share Mary's perspective of what it's like living with Cystic Fibrosis, a rare genetic condition with no cure.
From undergoing chemo to getting her eggs frozen, learn how Tamsyn navigated her cancer journey and learned to love her new scars.
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We teamed up with the Nashville Predators foundation to help provide a special surprise for children undergoing cancer treatment at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University!
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From managing appointments and assignments to making time for self-care, check out this guide to navigating college with a chronic illness.
Learn about a cancer survivor's experience working on the front lines during the pandemic.
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If someone you love was just diagnosed with Lyme Disease, you may be at a loss of how to help. Here are a list of 5 ways to provide support!

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