Canine and Dog Cancer Diet

Cancer is a ruthless disease that has reached epidemic proportions. Every year, cancer claims the lives of our parents… our children… and our friends. And now? It’s stealing the lives of our precious pets, too. A staggering 1 in 1.65 dogs and 1 in 3 cats will die from cancer in their lifetime. We know these furry friends are…

Pet Cancer Guide

Dog Cancer Survival Guide

There are some scary statistics on the rise of cancer for our pets. At no time in history has it been more dangerous to be a house pet! I know it might seem like an odd thing to say, but it’s something that needs to be exposed. The statistics are incredibly troubling: In the 1970s,…

Cancer Facts, A Reflection of World Cancer Day 2018

February 4 is World Cancer Day, a global initiative led by Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) that aims to unite organizations, governments and individuals in the fight against cancer and to save life and improve quality of life by raising awareness and education about the disease. A truly global event taking place every year…

2017 Kcancer Hero – Jimmy Carter

Former President Jimmy Carter has been selected as the 2017 Kcancer Hero for his fight against cancer and for his services to the U.S. and the world. On August 3, 2015, former President Carter underwent elective surgery to remove “a small mass” on his liver. After the operation, it was discovered that the cancer had…

Season’s Greeting!

Hi Kcancer Friends, The Chapter of 2017 is closing and 2018 is approaching! At this turning point, Kcancer thank all friends for your supports during 2017. Our particular thanks go to cancer patients, who shared so many cancer-fighting stories with us. Your fighting against cancers is the energy sources that fuel Kcancer’s persistent work against…

2017 Kcancer Hero Candidates

Jimmy Carter, Ruth Ginsburg, and John McCain were selected as 2017 Kcancer Hero candidates. Please come to kcancer.com to cast your votes to determine the 2017 Kcancer Hero. Thanks!

Meghan McCain moved up wedding after dad’s cancer diagnosis

Meghan tied the knot last week with her boyfriend of two years, Ben Domenech, at the McCain family ranch outside Sedona, Arizona. Her father, Sen. John McCain,  described the wedding as “a wonderful day. The thing in life you want more than anything else is for your kids to be happy. And I’m confident that she…

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How to Find the Right Cancer Support Services

For people going through a cancer journey, finding the right cancer support services — care that goes beyond the medical care or treatment they may be getting — can be crucial for maintaining their well-being. Connecting with others who have endured similar experiences, learning more about their specific diagnosis and what to expect, and getting…

10 Frightening Lung-Cancer Statistics

There’s arguably no scarier six-letter word than “cancer.” As the U.S. population has grown, so has the prevalence of cancer diagnoses… and deaths. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the U.S., contributing to nearly 596,000 deaths in 2016. By sometime next decade, it’s expected to…

The Chinese play giving hope to cancer patients

  Dark beginnings don’t always have dark endings: that was the message of China’s first play written and performed by cancer patients which debuted in Beijing this week. “Do not be afraid cancer companions” tells the story of Anhong, a lung cancer survivor, who discovers the power of drama therapy in her recovery. The plot…

My Dog Named Hope

This heartfelt and moving story, tells of love and hope, in a way that will be understood by children and also touch the hearts of adults. My Dog Named Hope is a beautiful and uplifting book about the deep bonds between a girl and her dog, yet, it is so much more. It shows how family, faith and optimism…

Thanksgiving Portable Cooktop

This is nice Thanksgiving gift for mom: Secura 9100MC 1800W Portable Induction Cooktop Duxtop Induction Cooktops use 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity – standard in all homes; Lightweight and compact for easy handling and storage. With 15 power levels from 200-1800Watts; 15 temperature ranges from 140°F to 460°F; Digital control panel; Built-in count-down digital…

People with cancer are consumers of healthcare

What’s a hallmark of any premier consumer brand? They enable smart shoppers to get what we need, at just the right time. For example, if we buy a winter coat from an online marketplace, the shop encourages us to grab other gear—boots, a wool scarf, gloves—that further prepare us for the coming snow. It might…

Empower cancer patients to improve quality of life

A group of metastatic breast cancer experts has urged policymakers to empower patients with greater choice and participation in their treatment and care, to improve the quality of life of patients, their carers and families. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women and the second most common form of cancer overall,…

Your Grandparents Can Increase Your Cancer Risk

A systematic review published in PLOS ONE found that kids are more likely to develop cancer sometime in their lives when exposed to grandparents. This also doesn’t mean that grandparents are radioactive or that grandkids should should use eGrandparents to try to quit their grandparents. Rather, researchers from the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and…

Tom Marsiljie, cancer fighter and hero, died of colon cancer

On Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 12:15 pm, Dr. Tom Marsilje exited this world to be elevated into his next. Per Tom’s direct specifications, Becky Keller, President of The Gloria Borges WunderGlo Foundation, will be delivering Tom’s final blog post with his most important messages to leave with everyone to remember him by, prioritize, and…

Approaching Lung Cancer With Precision

DAVE KARLIN (second from left) celebrates with his family at the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Walk/Run event in September at Lake Merced in San Francisco. The word “lucky” isn’t generally associated with a stage 4 cancer diagnosis. But Dave Karlin knows that in his case it applies. Karlin, 60, of Belmont, California, was diagnosed in…

Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Many of us know someone whose life has been impacted by cancer. Unfortunately, cancer can also occur in our pets. As part of Pet Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Heather Wilson-Robles, associate professor, and Dr. Brandan Wustefeld-Janssens, a fellowship-trained surgical oncologist at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, discussed everything owners need…

Lung Cancer Patients Diagnosed in Emergency Department Have Worse Survival

A significant proportion of lung cancer patients are first diagnosed with their disease as part of an emergency presentation to acute medical services. Data show that the relative survival of those presenting in the emergency department (ED) is less than half of that of patients who present by other routes. Those presenting in the ED…

Join the fight against lung cancer

NOVEMBER is lung cancer awareness month, when people displaying the common symptoms of lung cancer — such as a persistent cough, breathlessness or unexplained weight loss — are encouraged to visit their doctors. Lung cancer is estimated to be the cause of nearly one in five deaths (1.59 million deaths, 19.4 per cent of the…

I’m Not Afraid of Cancer!

What does it mean to have cancer? I struggle to grasp the answer. Something I blame when I don’t feel well? Something labeled as ‘the enemy’? Something that’s hardly recognizable in scans? Something I never imagined I could have. It’s 4:30 am. An emotional, dizzy day turned sleepless night. Despite all of that, I feel…

15 beauty tips if you want to feel more confident

Cancer can affect your appearance, which can understandably affect the way you feel. Boots Macmillan Beauty Advisors are trained to offer make-up tips to help manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment, so people living with cancer can look and feel more like themselves during this tough time. Boots Macmillan Beauty Advisor Charlotte Goodacre gives…

Why I Keep Quiet about Being a Cancer Doctor

A prestigious oncology journal recently published an opinion piece titled, “Why I Keep Quiet about Being a Cancer Doctor.” I was depressed after reading it, because the author self-identified as “someone who deals with the onslaught of disease and despair day in and day out.” If that is his true outlook, no wonder he keeps…

Who needs lung cancer screening?

 Lung cancer is a certified killer, and it’s much more common than people realize. Of everyone who dies from cancer, more than a quarter will die from lung cancer. Lung cancer is the most common cancer in United States and worldwide. About 90 percent of lung cancer cases are from smoking, and the five-year surgical…

I think it’s OK to be scared

 “I think it’s OK to be scared,” Blackhawks TV analyst Eddie Olczyk said of his cancer fight in an interview on Thursday night. “I still am, because I’ll have to deal with cancer the rest of my life.” Olcczyk began a half-year chemotherapy regimen after an August diagnosis of Stage 3 colon cancer days before his 51st birthday and…

It ‘shouldn’t take brain cancer’ for John McCain to show courage

By Al Weaver  A House Democratic candidate said this week that Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has shown an amount of “courage” recently by standing up to President Trump, but lamented that this only happened after his brain cancer diagnosis. “I’ve been tweeting on occasion about saluting Bob Corker and John McCain and Jeff Flake – men…

Low-cost device to diagnose skin cancer

Hand-held device dubbed sKan measures skin temperature to quickly and accurately identify melanoma, and could save lives around the world. The sKan uses thermistors – thermally sensitive resistors – to detect if a suspect region of skin is malignant through thermal heat mapping. Cancerous cells have a higher metabolic rate than normal cells, which means they…

Alcohol causes seven cancers

The American Society for Clinical Oncology put out its first official warning on alcohol and cancer yesterday. The more alcohol you drink, the more likely you are to develop at least seven types of cancer, oncologists warned in a statement released yesterday. Drinking – even small or moderate amounts – was especially closely associated with increased risks for…

Cancer Disparity

October was breast cancer month, with many fundraising events and coverage by the media. The top three cancers in women in order: lung, breast and colorectal. Why then is breast cancer awareness and funding so much more prevalent than the other two? Overall there are better treatments for all cancers, but it is a fact…

Lung cancer can be sneaky

Lung cancer can be sneaky, because the symptoms are similar to complications smokers typically experience, such as: Chest pain. Coughing up blood. Fatigue. Lingering cough. Loss of appetite. Shortness of breath. Weight loss. Wheezing. If these symptoms persist, you should see a physician immediately, especially if you smoke.

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

In the November, we need to aware lung cancer in so many ways: Our need to spread the word that lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in both men and women, and nobody is immune Our need to let people know that lung cancer is grossly underfunded relative to other cancers, and…

The Secret to Cancer Treatment May Be In Our Guts

Several impressive studies have made the case that the intestinal flora of cancer patients play a significant role in whether those patients respond to immunotherapy or not. The composition of a patient’s gut microbiota can significantly influence whether he or she responds to an immune checkpoint inhibitor, a type of cancer immunotherapy. But what seemed…

Dinosaur-destroying asteroid might have delivered a cancer-killer to Earth

Over 65 million years ago, an asteroid some 10 km (6 mi) wide crashed into the Earth and wiped out the dinosaurs. Strangely, the legacy of this huge space rock could include a treatment for cancer after scientists from the UK and China demonstrated that iridium – a rare metal delivered to Earth by the…

FDA Warns “Pot Cures Cancer” Claims

The FDA issued warning letters to four companies that sell products containing cannabidiol (CBD) and claim the ingredient can treat or cure cancer. CBD is a compound found in marijuana, but unlike another compound in the plant called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD doesn’t cause psychoactive effects. CBD is sold in products such as oil drops, teas,…

The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and now a documentary from Ken Burns on PBS, The Emperor of All Maladies is a magnificent, profoundly humane “biography” of cancer—from its first documented appearances thousands of years ago through the epic battles in the twentieth century to cure, control, and conquer it to a radical new understanding of its essence.

Happy Halloween!

Producer John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) presents the third chilling installment in the shocking Halloween collection. When a terrified toy salesman is mysteriously attacked and brought to the hospital, babbling and clutching the year’s most popular Halloween costume, an eerie pumpkin mask, doctor Daniel Challis is thrust into a terrifying Halloween nightmare. Working with the…

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Detects Colorectal Cancer

New research from Japanese scientists suggests AI could be used to detect colorectal cancer in its earliest stages, before tumors become malignant and the deadly cancer becomes much harder to treat. In fact, the tech was able to detect cancer with 86% accuracy. Study lead Dr. Yuichi Mori of Showa University presented the new data at the United…

Light Pollution as a New Risk Factor for Human Breast and Prostate Cancers

Humans are diurnal organisms whose biological clock and temporal organization depend on natural light/dark cycles. Changes in the photoperiod are a signal for seasonal acclimatization of physiological and immune systems as well as behavioral patterns. The invention of electrical light bulbs created more opportunities for work and leisure. However, exposure to artificial light at night…

Most US Adults Unaware of Two Major Cancer Risk Factors

Results from the National Cancer Opinion Survey, undertaken by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) in collaboration with the Harris Poll, indicate that only 31% realized that a high body mass index increases the risk for cancer (colon, breast, high-grade prostate, and uterine cancers). Furthermore,  only 30% recognized that drinking alcohol raises risk (for esophageal,…

Doctor Diagnosed His Own Cancer with an iPhone Ultrasound

Surgeon John Martin was testing a pocket-sized ultrasound device developed by Butterfly Network, a startup based in Guilford, Connecticut, that he’d just joined as chief medical officer. He’d been having an uncomfortable feeling of thickness on his throat. So he oozed out some gel and ran the probe, which is the size and shape of an…

We May Have Been Looking For Ovarian Cancer in The Wrong Place

A new study looking at how ovarian cancer starts has suggested it takes hold in the fallopian tubes, between the ovaries and the uterus, rather than in the ovaries themselves. This discovery could transform the way we detect and treat this deadly disease. Ovarian cancer is notoriously hard to catch early and is usually well-developed by the time…

An APP that helps prevent cancer

Many useful recommendations to prevent cancer, such as a healthy diet and the appropriate physical activity to prevent cancer risk. This is the objective of A Third Less, a multimedia app developed by a team of researchers at the CNR Institute of Neuroscience – IN-CNR, with the support of University of Paduaand Istituto Oncologico Veneto, sponsored by Takeda. The multi-platform…

What’s your single biggest risk for cancer?

If you’re a woman, obesity is the single biggest cause of cancer, and if you’re a man, it’s the second leading risk. Of the four most common cancers — breast, lung, colon, and prostate — three of them have a pretty clear association with obesity. Picture below shows that cancers are associated with obesity.  

Life is Good!

Brenda Frey,  a breast cancer survivor from Houston, said her breast cancer journey has been energized by the power of prayer and a positive outlook. “Life isn’t easy. Life isn’t perfect. Life is good.” she said, “It is hard. Life is hard. You just can’t sit back and let others do everything for you.” Frey…

Outsmart Your Cancer

This easy-to-read alternative treatment guide could save your life. Outsmart Your Cancer explodes the myths about alternative cancer treatments and explains why non-toxic methods are more effective than conventional ones. This second edition of Outsmart Your Cancer includes new chapters, an audio CD with inspiring recovery testimonials from cancer survivors, and an incredible amount of…

Breast Cancer Recovery with the Bosu(R) Balance Trainer

This book is a step-by-step guide to recovery for breast cancer survivors at any stage of recovery. The author addresses all of the major issues that the survivor faces in the aftermath of surgery and treatment and takes you through a progressive exercise recovery program using the Bosu(R) Balance Trainer.

Alternative and Complementary Cancer Treatments

Americans are becoming increasingly involved in their own health. Many of them put a lot of credence in alternative and complementary treatments. They say that traditional medicines do not work for their problem—”Why should I use it?” You see that all over the Internet. Dr Ronald Hoffman is the founder and medical director of an…

Sugar and Cancer

Scientists have discovered the exact relationship between sugar and cancer by revealing that the way in which cancer cells break down sugar is linked to the stimulation of tumor growth. Every cell in the body needs sugar to survive. But cancer cells seem to require more than healthy cells do. They also seem to break…

Using artificial intelligence to improve early breast cancer detection

When a mammogram detects a suspicious lesion, a needle biopsy is performed to determine if it is cancer. Roughly 70 percent of the lesions are benign, 20 percent are malignant, and 10 percent are high-risk lesions. Doctors manage high-risk lesions in different ways. Some do surgery in all cases, while others perform surgery only for…

No One Walk Alone

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer events are organized all over the country in these days. These are celebration of life and let people know that we are supporting all breast cancer survivors and no one is in this alone. Let’s walk together to fight breast cancer and all cancer! By the way, every one has…

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time set aside to educate and inform about the causes, effects, prevention and treatment of breast cancer. Breast cancer is the second most common type of cancer in American women.  Mammography is the most sensitive form of breast cancer screening. Mammograms provide an X-ray image of breast…

Cancer diagnosis is family affair

When someone is diagnosed with cancer, life changes dramatically not only for that person but also those in the patient’s support system. The effect cancer has on the family as well as cancer survivors. when there is a cancer diagnosis, friends and loved ones sometimes don’t know what to say and don’t know what to do….

Man Faked Cancer For Donations

Thirty-seven-year-old Jeremiah Jon Smith, Minneapolis, was charged with theft by swindle last week. Police in Faribault and Northfield say that fundraisers for Smith generated $23,000 to help cover his medical care and expenses. But it turns out he spent the money on entertainment to play video games, to buy marijuana, and pay off his credit cards….

Chemotherapy Must-haves

Chemotherapy Must-haves Having family with me during chemotherapy treatments The amazing care team and nurses that took care of me Simple things like a warm blanket and pillow My iPod with my favorite music Being able to fall asleep during chemo Facebook! All the support and comments I received through Conversations with other patients

Signs for Male Breast Cancer

October is breast cancer awareness month. Here are a few things about male breast cancer you should be aware of: The number of males getting breast cancer is on the increase with around 350 getting diagnosed each year. The causes of male breast cancer aren’t really understood but, like female breast cancer, some things can…

Chickens are now laying an expensive cancer drug ingredient

Scientists in Japan have edited chickens’ genomes to make the birds lay eggs containing a protein called Interferon, which typically costs between $250 and $900 per several micrograms when manufactured without a magic hen. The Japanese chickens, though, cut the costs: Every one to two days, the hens lay an egg containing the key ingredient…

Cancer Does Not Consult the Calendar

All cancer survivors and their families know one thing for sure: cancer does not consult the calendar. Most of the cancer patients found their cancers in their bodies in surprising ways. But cancer patients should have a calendar for their cancers. From the initial diagnosis with cancers, patients should have the detailed calendar from their…

When My Mommy Cries

When My Mommy Cries is a tender story about a little girl who feels scared, confused, and abandoned when her mother becomes deeply sad. Through reassuring honesty, gentle compassion, and mutual respect, they nurture the bonds of trust, as the girl discovers that nothing”not even sadness or depression”can separate her from the safety and security…

9 ways to cope with sadness when cancer treatment ends

The cancer journey is filled with twists and turns, plenty of questions and more than enough surprises (not usually of the pleasant variety). But one aspect may be especially confusing and take those finishing treatment by surprise: Being sad after it’s over. Here are 9 ways to cope with sadness: 1. Give yourself time to…

No clear evidence that most new cancer drugs extend or improve life

The majority of cancer drugs approved in Europe between 2009 and 2013 entered the market without clear evidence that they improved survival or quality of life for patients, finds a study published in BMJ. Study prompts calls to ‘raise the evidence bar’ for approval of new cancer drugs. It may be far cheap to spend…

Life without Alice

When her twin sister, Alice, is diagnosed with a brain tumor, Lily withdraws from her active school life and friends to spend every waking moment with her ill sibling, certain that she cannot face life without her.

Mommy Has a Boo Boo in Her Boob

Mommy Has a Boo Boo in Her Boob was written to help families who have been affected by breast cancer. Based on the author’s personal battle and victory over the disease, this book provides fun and practical guidance on how to involve children in the recovery process. It can be read very simply to young…

Encyclopedia of Cancer

This work comprehensively describes etiological factors in the development , Progression and metastasis of human cancers, both for hematological malignancies and for solid Tumors. Approaches for the diagnosis as well as for therapies are outlined too. The fourth edition of the “Encyclopedia of Cancer” features a vastly extended number of terms as compared to the previous…

The Lovin’ Ain’t Over for Women with Cancer

Treatment for breast, gynecological and other cancer can have a devastating effect on sexuality. The Lovin’ Ain’t Over for Women with Cancer is a guide to overcoming the sexual difficulties, written by a husband-and wife team of certified sexuality counselors who has dealt with cancer in their own lives. They explain the effects of different…

A Thrilling Adventure of Researchers and Scientists

The Antarctic winter, with temperatures 100 degrees below zero, shuts supply lines down completely; conditions are too treacherous for planes and boats and the only connection with the rest of the world is satellite hook-up. During the long winter of 1999, Dr. Nielsen, the only physician on a staff of forty-one people, discovered a lump…

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Kick Cancer with Novel Programs

 Pfizer unveils enhanced offerings to help patients manage their life with cancer. Pfizer Oncology Together is a first-of-its-kind program for patients taking Pfizer Oncology medicines that offers dedicated social workers called ‘Care Champions’ to help navigate the complexities that accompany treatment, such as identifying resources to help find emotional support, and workplace transition, transportation and financial assistance….

Kcancer Alert

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911 Cancer

Best Wishes to All 911 Cancer Patients and Their Families!

Cancer Pen Could Detect Tumors During Surgery in Seconds

A handheld “pen” can detect cancer cells within seconds, speeding up diagnosis and helping surgeons more accurately remove tumors, researchers reported Wednesday. The probe works in real time, and is at least as accurate as removing a tissue sample and sending it to a pathologist, the team at the University of Texas at Austin reported….

Labor Day Inspiration

Here is labor day inspiration video: https://youtu.be/5ZUxRHzMLKc Happy Labor Day!

September Cancer Awareness!

September is Cancer Awareness for the Following Cancers: Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness Month Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month Prostate Cancer Awareness Month Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month Best wished for all cancer patients and families!

Acupressure, A Powerful Pure Natural Healing

According to the Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are meridian lines or energy channels where the Chi or life energy flows in the human body. Human life is full of energy through the meridian networks. Chi or the vital life energy consist of two kinds of forces, yin or negative and yang or positive. In the…

The Acupressure Points for Relieving Headaches

Here are the acupressure points for relieving Headaches. Point A: Directly between the eyebrows, in the indentation where the bridge of the nose meets the forehead. Points B: In the indentations on either side of where the bridge of the nose meets the ridge of the eyebrows. Points C: At the bottom of the cheekbone,…

Acupressure Points for Relieving Lower Back Pain.

Here are the acupressure points for relieving Lower Back Pain. Points B & Points C: In the lower back (between the second and third lumbar vertebrae) two to four finger widths away from the spine at waist level. Points D: One to two finger widths outside the sacrum (the large bony area at the base…

Free Stuff for Cancer Pantients

Please enter: http://eepurl.com/c07yXf to get the free stuff list for cancer patients. If you have free service for cancer patients, please inform us and we will add it to the list. Thanks.

Free Numerology Reading for Your Magic Numbers

Your name and birth date are God’s gift and manifest your life path, destiny, relationship, and much more. The magic numbers are the DNA that code your personality traits, which determine your talent, character, weakness and strengths, and relationship with others. The numerology reading gives you a 360-degree view of you, which allows you to…

US Ranks 34 in the World Health

The US is placed 34th in The Bloomberg Global Health Index, which is calculated taking into account variables such as life expectancy, causes of death, incidence of high blood pressure, high blood glucose, tobacco use, and physical inactivity. Other parameters taken into account are childhood malnutrition, mental health, vaccination coverage, and greenhouse gas emissions.  US…

Unlock Your Hip Flexors

The Hip Flexor group muscles play critical roles in the human body. Sitting within the well of your hip and lower spine is the psoas major muscle, one of the two muscles that makes up the iliopsoas (Figure). The psoas attaches to the vertebrae of the lower spine, moves through the pelvis and connects to…

Pure Natural Healing.

According to the Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are meridian lines or energy channels where the Chi or life energy flows in the human body. Picture below show the major meridian lines.     Human life is full of energy through the meridian networks. Chi or the vital life energy consist of two kinds of forces,…

2017 Top 5 Cancer Hospitals in US

Here is 2017 Top 5 Cancer Hospitals in US based on US News and World Reports University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York City Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center, Boston, Massachusetts Seattle Cancer Care Alliance/University of Washington Medical Center

Tom Marsiljie, Cancer Fighter: It Is About Attitude

The picture above was taken this summer: “I have lost a lot of weight.  I was unable to gain as much jump height as I could last summer. But my “cannonball life” is not about physical abilities, it’s about attitude — and that is something cancer can’t take away: Tom Marsilje, Ph.D., is a 20-year oncology drug…

Manifestation Miracle for A Healthy Life

The most potent form of energy is human mind or human thought because human thought waves are cosmic waves penetrating all time and space. When you concentrate your thoughts, you focus more energy to the task of producing a desired result. Watch your thoughts, they become words. Watch your words, they become actions. Watch your…

7 Steps To Health and The Big Diabetes Lie.

The causes of diabetes are complicated and include genetic factors, obesity, life styles, and food etc (see figure below).     Doctors prescribe medicines that use to control diabetes but don’t cure diabetes from its roots. The root causes of diabetes have been identified. It is possible to control the diseases by eliminating the contributing…

Kcancer Expands Discussion on Chronic Conditions

Founded in 2004, Kcancer initiated its efforts on the social network for cancer patients and created a rendezvous where cancer patients and their loved ones could interact, communicate, generate and harness the power of cancer knowledge to start the healing journey. During the years operation, Kcancer accumulated huge amount of data, which clearly indicates that…

Herbs for Quit Smoking

A number of natural herbs produce the same effect as nicotine, yet is not addictive, and helps eliminate the desire to smoke. The dried leaves and flowers derived from such plant have a rather strong smell and when chewed, they taste the same as tobacco. Beware of the side effects of quitting smoking herbs, including…

Acupuncture for Quit Smoking #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Based on the traditional Chinese medicine, invisible life energy travels around the body along special pathways. The energy flow is critical for human health. When this energy flow gets blocked, people have health problems. An acupuncturist inserts thin sterile needles into the skin at certain places where energy is thought to be blocked. The needles…

Hypnotherapy for Quit Smoking #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Drew Barrymore, Charlize Theron, Matt Damon, and Ellen DeGeneres all quitted their smoking with hypnosis. Drew Barrymore managed to kick a two to three pack a day habit that she had had since her teens with the assistance of hypnosis. Charlize Theron beat her smoking habit through hypnosis. Matt Damon quitted smoking straight after just…

What is Cold Turkey? #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

“Cold Turkey” is an expression describing the actions of a person who gives up a habit or addiction all at once. The term originates from the idea that cold turkey is a dish that requires little or no preparation in the kitchen. “To quit like cold turkey” would be to quit in the same way…

Quit & Alternative Smoking Strategies #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Different people have different reasons to quit smoking. The reason is not important. What is important is that you have taken the decision to quit smoking. This is a huge achievement. Meanwhile, don’t spoil it by rushing to the end without walking all the way. You need to establish your own strategies and to prepare…

Abstinence from Tobacco Smoking #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Combustion is the problem of the conventional cigarette smoking. When burned, all combustible matter produces toxins, including carcinogens. Smoking cigarettes is like burning dirty. The temperature of burning cigarette is low, and oxygen supply is scarce. Few toxins are specific to the burning of tobacco leaves; and a lot are simply in the smoke because…

Nicotine and Nicotine Dependence #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Nicotine is an organic compound and is clear to pale yellow in pure form. It is naturally found in tobacco, tomato, and other plants in the Nightshade family. Nicotine is a relatively small molecule and easily enters human body. As nicotine enters the body, it is distributed quickly through the bloodstream and cross the blood-brain…

The Whole Point of Smoking is Inhalation of Nicotine #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

The whole point of tobacco smoking is inhalation of nicotine, a stimulant, which causes the body to release pleasurable chemicals, such as, acetylcholine, dopamine, endorphins, and enkephalins, epinephrine, norepinephrine, and serotonin etc. These chemicals generate high effects in human body, which is the true reason why people like tobacco smoking.

Smoking Reduces Incidence of Some Diseases #WorldLungCancerDay @kcancer

Tobacco smokers think that antismoking activists misrepresent research to make smoking seem more dangerous than it is. For example, smokers argue that many of the chemicals found in cigarette smoke, such as lead and arsenic, are found in much higher concentrations in so called healthy foods, such as wine and fish. Furthermore, smokers contend that…