Nurses Helping to Reduce the Incidence of Stomach Cancer
Lori Smith, BSN, MSN, CRNP 5/12/2016 0
Whether it's counseling a diabetic patient, guiding a patient struggling with obesity, or educating a postoperative patient, most nurses will unanimously agree that they counsel ...
WHO Classifies Processed Meats as 'Carcinogenic to Humans'
Lori Smith, BSN, MSN, CRNP 10/29/2015 1
Step away from the hot dog and no one gets hurt.
Marijke Vroomen Durning
Western Diet May Negatively Affect Prostate Cancer Mortality
Marijke Vroomen Durning, RN 6/12/2015 1
With so much research, past and present, looking at diets and their effects on health, it may be no surprise to learn that a new study has found that following a Western diet may ...
Minimizing the Colon Cancer Risk With a Vegetarian Diet
Lori Smith, BSN, MSN, CRNP 3/27/2015 1
Calling all vegetarians and skeptical meat eaters!
Minimizing the Breast Cancer Risk This Holiday Season
Cathy Cole, RNC, NP, MPH, CHES, CBPN-IC 11/26/2014 3
The holidays are upon us, and it is never too early to discuss key factors that can affect the risks of breast cancer. While I am not a Grinch about the holidays, we need to keep a ...
All in Bad Taste
Melissa Scott, BSN, RN, OCN 10/20/2014 3
We all know nutrition is of utmost importance to cancer patients. Poor nutrition may keep patients from starting or continuing treatment, which is something none of us want to see ...
Anorexia & Cachexia in the Cancer Patient
Anne Booms, MeNsgPC, AOCN, CHPN, BCN, CWCN, CHN,CNN, MeNsgNP(Belgium), MHN(Belgium) 4/28/2014 6
Severe malnutrition and cachexia is a well-known phenomenon in oncology nursing, and there is not really much evidence available on how to support the nutritional intake with ...