Health and Wellness

Skin cancer

Saving Your Skin

May is skin cancer awareness month – a great time to educate yourself about causes and prevention strategies for this common cancer.

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colon model

Making sense of colorectal cancer screening

Answers to your questions about the who, how and why of colorectal cancer screening.

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High-protein hot cocoa

High-protein hot cocoa

Oncology dietitian Elise Cushman, MS, RDN, LD, CSO, demonstrates a delicious hot cocoa recipe that delivers fluids, calories, and protein to help get through cancer treatment.

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vegan foods

What to know about a vegan diet

Dartmouth Cancer Center clinical dietician Dianne Kelecy, MS, RD, LD, breaks down how a vegan diet is not the same as a plant-based one.

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Lowering your cancer risk

February is Cancer Prevention Month. Here are some helpful prevention tips from our experts to help reduce your risk of cancer.

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Lynn Butterly, MD

How colorectal cancer can be preventable

Colorectal cancer is a preventable disease, but is still the second most common cause of cancer deaths in the United States.

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Mug cake recipes

Three delicious, easy and healthy no-bake mug cakes

In these video recipes, Oncology Dietitian Elise B. Cushman demonstrates three easy mug cakes you can make at home.

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Lung cancer screening guidelines increase age range to 50-80 years old and drop pack-year smoking history to 20 or more.

New screening guidelines aim to reduce lung cancer deaths

The American Cancer Society has opened the age range and updated smoking history guidelines in its latest lung cancer screening updates.

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key limes

Video recipe: Key lime yogurt bark

In this video, oncology dietitian Elise B. Cushman, RD, demonstrates how to make key lime yogurt bark.

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picture of Dr. Ellis talking to patient

What to know about breast health

There are steps you can take to lower your risk of breast cancer. But if you are 1 of 8 women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer—what happens next?

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