Successful Aging: Add Life to Your Years
While you may expect to live longer than your parents or grandparents did, do you know what you can do to live happier and healthier? UR Medicine healthy aging expert Dr. William Hall says that keeping your mind and body active are keys to a long, happy life.
If you have cancer or are a cancer survivor, you may undergo tests to determine the effectiveness of your treatments. Wilmot Cancer Institute's Dr. Michelle Shayne offers advice for quelling anxiety that often accompanies these scans.
You don’t need to eliminate all meat from your diet to reap some of the benefits of a plant-based diet. Wilmot Cancer Institute registered dietitians Joanna Lipp and Sue Czap offer advice for being flexitarian.
Cancer survivors can benefit in many ways by increasing their physical activity through regular exercise, according to a number of clinical studies. UR Medicine experts provide a roadmap to help you get started with exercise.
If World No Tobacco Day has you thinking about kicking your smoking habit, dental expert Dr. Sangeeta Gajendra offers some facts to help convince you that the time to quit is now.
When it comes to cancer treatments, those available today are better than what we had even 10 years ago, but they are still not perfect. The only way to continue improving treatment for any disease is through clinical trials. Wilmot Cancer Institute's Dr, Nimish A. Mohile shares some facts about clinical trials.