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  • Feeling a little blue lately? A handful of recent research suggests you're not alone. Thankfully, there may be something — or several things — you can do about it. Researchers have known for decades that certain activities make us feel better, and they're just beginning to understand what happens in the brain to boost...
  • FRIDAY, June 2, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Cancer can be a frightening, nerve-wracking disease, and medical science often overlooks the emotional toll it takes on patients. Now, a trio of new studies shows that three therapy programs can help people deal with the turmoil and stress of cancer. One study focused on a...
  • (Reuters Health) - Treatment guidelines on care for survivors of the most common cancers often lack specifics or offer conflicting advice about when or how often to do certain tests, a review of recent recommendations finds. Researchers examined cancer guidelines from North America and Europe that have been published...
  • If you wish to date someone or if you’ve just started a new relationship, you may be afraid to mention your cancer diagnosis. It’s natural to have some jitters. For example, if you have experienced hair loss or have scars and other physical signs of treatment, you may feel self-conscious about how you look. You may be...