Like most patients Trill Dreistadt was surprised by her cancer diagnosis. Trill’s family history, lifestyle and health status certainly did not lead logically to the path her breast cancer led her down. Her passion for running, competition and an active lifestyle left her wondering “how could cancer be in a body this strong?”
Seasonal vegetables, potatoes and spinach are used in this healthy and easy to make classic minestrone soup.
A simple and delicious Mediterranean inspired roasted chickpea wrap with refreshing tzatziki sauce.
Beautiful green salad featuring fresh oranges, goat cheese, almonds and radishes. A simple lemon dressing ties it all together.
Made with mashed roasted sweet potatoes and a crunchy pecan topping with an ooey gooey melted marshmallow center.
Some of our Wellness for Life participants created a beautiful Jackson Pollack style painting while taking a painting class at BLOOM Collaborative.
Fatigue is one of the most common side effects of cancer, occurring during and years after treatment. An analysis of the research now concludes that exercise may help cancer survivors with fatigue during and after treatment, even more than pharmaceutical options.
A diagnosis of a life-threatening illness such as cancer is almost universally experienced as stressful. The negative effects of stress on psychological and health outcomes have received much attention.
The long-term effects of smoking can cause much more damage to multiple organs and bodily functions, in addition to lung cancer, which is often associated with this dangerous habit.