Today marks National Mammography Day. Every year, this day falls on the third Friday of October, during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, as a reminder to women that the best defense against breast cancer is early detection.
Studies show that people who donate money are happier and healthier than those who don’t. Giving activates pleasure centers in the brain that adds to a person’s self-esteem, sense of purpose, overall happiness and physical health, regardless of income level.
For our 35th anniversary year, as part of our Fall Cancer Awareness campaign, the Cancer Support Community would like to highlight how to make a difference through fundraising so that you or your loved ones are “strengthened by action!”
For our 35th anniversary year, as part of our Fall Cancer Awareness campaign, the Cancer Support Community would like to highlight how to make a difference through the Cancer Experience Registry so that you or your loved ones are “strengthened by action!”
When you’re sick, it’s easy to feel like you’ve lost control. There’s a power in reclaiming your story, and that process starts by sharing your experience.
Stress is an inevitable part of life, especially after a cancer diagnosis. Excessive amounts of stress can harm both your physical and psychological health, and in a time when your body is already vulnerable, it’s vital to learn how tomanage those feelings.