Caregiver Survival 101

by healtheo360

Caregiver Survival 101 – written by a caregiver with 6 years post transplant experience Reflections of a Caregiver  As we walk the path with our loved ones as they progress to end stage lung or heart disease, it is extremely …

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Should You Weed out Medical Marijuana as a Treatment Option?

by healtheo360

Medical Marijuana: Miracle or Disaster?      Charlotte’s Web: Treat Epilepsy with Medical Marijuana At six years old, Charlotte Figi does not look like a typical marijuana user. But before her parents sought out medical marijuana, she didn’t look like …

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healtheo360 Attends Filming for the Katie Couric Cancer Special

by healtheo360

American Cancer Society estimates that in 2013, 1,600 people will die from cancer daily. Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the US, exceeded only by heart disease. The statistics are startling, especially considering that most cases …

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Avoiding Foot in Mouth When Talking to Loved Ones with Chronic Illnesses

by healtheo360

In the position of caregiver or friend to a loved a one who suffers from a chronic condition, finding the right words can be hard and often times we can end up frustrating or offending those we care about the …

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Breast Cancer Story – Part III

by healtheo360

My name is Annabella. I am forty nine. I’m a cancer survivor. I began my six-weeks radiation treatment shortly after I made my decision. After two weeks, the skin on my breast got sunburn-like side effect, which were relived with …

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My Breast Cancer Story – Part II

by healtheo360

My name is Annabella. I am forty nine. I’m a cancer survivor. It was a Thursday night. I received a call from my Oncologist while I was making myself  some dinner. My husband was up in Vermont snowboarding with two …

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My Breast Cancer Story – Part One

by healtheo360

My name is Annabella. I am forty nine. I’m a cancer survivor. I’m married to a good guy for nineteen years and I’m a mom of three great boys. I would like to tell you my story about being diagnosed …

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I remember the day when

by Dave

I will never forget the day when I was told my sister-in-law was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. And, I will never forget the day I was told my mother was diagnosed with early signs of dementia. After doing …

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