June 2 is Cancer Survivor Day and there is good reason to celebrate. Here is what we know about how survivors can reduce recurrence and stay healthy – with both mental and physical functioning.
Are you polishing up the BBQ tool set and ready to fire up the grill? Do double duty this year – create the tastiest barbecue and minimize your cancer risk.
Spring Exercise Trends
If the regular fitness routine isn't your thing, you're in luck – this spring new exercise trends are all about working activity into your day in fun, new ways.
From The AICR Test Kitchen: Marinades Make Grilling Healthier
When the scent of your neighbor's backyard barbecue tempts you to cook your own food on the grill, consider marinating your meat first. It's a step you can take to lessen the cancer-causing substances that tend to form when barbequing.
Dolores McKinney is honoring her mom and grandmother who both lost their lives to cancer by generously donating $5,000 to help fund critical cancer research. Now she is asking for your help to honor the influential women who have touched our lives.
Published on May 2, 2013