Your toothbrush

Winning and losing treatments are in the mouth. If you can eat and drink, you can fuel your body and stay in good condition.  Read more

Beware of floor throw rugs

If you are at risk for falling down due to imbalance remove floor loose, unsecured rugs and damaged carpets with curled edges that may contribute to falls. Read more

What was I saying again?

Chemo brain is very real but a lesser-known side effect of chemotherapy described as a mental cloudiness or fog.Read more

Poor balance

It is important to notify your medical team if you notice you are feeling weak, experience any dizziness or having trouble with your balance.

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The KeepCup colours will brighten your day. It’s never nice drinking from those takeaway cups at hospital visits or coffee shops. Remember to take your Keepcup with you. Read more


Slippers help you to feel comfortable and relaxed and perfect for indoor use at any time of day during the cold weather or illness.Read more

Some things are better left unsaid

When talking to a cancer patient some things are better left unsaid and don’t share stories with bad endings, instead, share something positive.Read more

Pay attention to...

Cancer patients requiring chemotherapy sometimes require that tubes be placed into their body so that they can receive medications directly into the blood stream through a vein (intravenously). Read more

International Women's Day 2018

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Don't slip on a banana peel!


Did anyone ever really slip on a banana peel? The slip-on-a-banana-peel gag has been used in comedy routines since at least the early 1900s. Read more