People of any age with certain underlying medical conditions are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Read More
While we stay safer at home this summer, we can still celebrate with our own fish fiesta. Read More
It is very important to eat and/or drink enough protein during cancer treatment because your body’s protein needs are higher than normal during this time. Read More
During cancer treatments, the body needs extra energy to heal. Calories provide our body energy. Read More
Calories and protein are needed for strength and to help with recovery from surgery. Milkshakes can be a tasty way to get a lot of protein and calories in a small volume. Read More
Nutritional status affects acceptability and tolerability of anticancer therapies. Read More
If you’re not careful about your eating habits during the holidays, you could end up ringing in the New Year a few pounds heavier. Read More
It’s more important to focus on your diet as a whole, and to understand how making smart food choices today can provide multiple benefits over the long run. Read More
Many people are skeptical about probiotics and wonder whether they actually live up to the hype surrounding them. Read More
We sat down with radiation oncologist Dr. Amber Orman to get her take on nutrition, diet and if she has any food weaknesses. Read More
Dr. Nagi Kumar, director of Cancer Chemoprevention at Moffitt, debunks common food myths and answers your cancer-related nutrition questions in Ask The Experts: Eat This, Not That. Read More
Dr. Amber Orman shares her tips on how to eat healthier and avoid high-calorie pitfalls during the holidays. Read More
Steadily on the rise in America, obesity recently overtook tobacco use as the number one preventable cause of cancer deaths in the United States. Read More
Consumers can be easily confused, especially when the label uses the words "punch," "cocktail" or "drink." Exactly what these terms mean may not seem clear. Read More
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