Holidays

Managing the Merriment while Coping with Cancer

Submitted by Srujitha Murukutla, MD

Family gatherings and celebrations are traditions that bring joy, however, they can be stressful, even under the best circumstances. Add a cancer diagnosis or treatment into the mix, and the weight can become unbearable. If you or someone you love is navigating the merriment with this extra burden...
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Lean Into Love – Coping as a Caregiver

You probably didn’t see it coming and had no way to prepare, but here you are – someone you love has received a diagnosis that rocks your world. Your role has shifted; life has changed. You are the caregiver, the one responsible for maintaining daily physical needs and navigating the heavy...
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Prepare for the Holidays

Holidays – a word with so much meaning for all of us, can also equate to unnecessary stress. We each experience the holidays differently. We talk about the things we want to do – the parades, shopping, decorating our homes, giving and doing for others, who is and isn’t coming - however, have we...
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Autumn Safety Tips for Parents

Submitted by Stacey Fox, MD, FAAP

The weather is getting cooler, being back in school has lost its novelty, and Halloween decorations are everywhere—it must be fall! In addition to planning for safe costumes, trick-or-treating safety and candy safety this Halloween, there are other important ways to keep your family safe this Fall...
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Trick or Treat: Surviving the Sweetest Season

Submitted by By Taylor Schellhardt, MS, RD, LDN

With dozens of varieties of Halloween candy lining the shelves this October, avoiding your sweet tooth may prove to be very difficult. While it is still okay to indulge in Halloween treats, you might wish to educate yourself on some of the candies. In the following guide, you’ll find which...
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