BY Heather Alexander

When it comes to exercise, the most important thing is that you do it. But if you like high-intensity exercise, research suggests that doing it in the evening might disrupt your sleep.

That’s because high intensity exercise can affect your internal body clock, known as your circadian rhythm.

“High-intensity exercise is anything that gets your heart rate up to a level where you’re only able to say a few words, but you can...

illustration show man running with sunrise behind

BY Katie Brooks

You see them walking the skybridge: some people wearing patient identification wristbands, some people wearing employee badges. But there...

BY Mena El-Sharkawi

As Barb White has learned, life’s other challenges don’t stop when you’re diagnosed with cancer.

In February 2014, Barb -- then age...

BY Marissa Henley

When a friend faces cancer, she will probably endure many experiences that are unique to cancer patients. The uniqueness of these experiences can make it difficult to know how to support her. One such experience is the hair loss caused by some chemotherapy treatments.

I know friends are eager to provide compassionate support when someone loses her hair. I’ve been the friend wanting to give support, and I’ve been the one staring...

Cancerwise blog post: Marissa Henley and her sons

BY Brittany Cordeiro

Sleep is essential to life. 

But restless nights are all too common for cancer caregivers, who may be experiencing stress or caring...

BY Dave Balachandran, M.D.

Sleep is fundamental to life. From the smallest single cell organisms to living, breathing human beings, every creature on earth gets rest...