Millennium Blog

National Cancer Survivors Day

Thanks to the advancements in medicine, technology, cancer prevention, early detection, treatment and follow-up care, there has been an increase in cancer survival. According to the National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation (NCSD Foundation), more than 14.5 million people in America have survived cancer! Sunday, June 5, 2016 marks the 29th Annual […]

November is National Healthy Skin Month

With winter just around the corner, now is the perfect time to evaluate your skin! That’s why we want to recognize that November is National Healthy Skin Month. This month is not focused only on bringing awareness to healthy skincare, but is dedicated to helping people to stay informed on how serious skin conditions […]

Exercise May Make Tumors Less Aggressive, More Likely to Respond to Treatment

Exercise may have yet another benefit – the right amount at the right time could make cancer treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy more effective. Source: Exercise May Make Tumors Less Aggressive, More Likely to Respond to Treatment

UV Safety Awareness Month

During the summer there is a lot of emphasis on protecting your skin from harmful UV rays. While most of us look forward to being outdoors, there is a need to be cautious about the dangers of too much sun exposure. Long term exposure can cause early skin aging, wrinkles, […]

Supporting Your Emotional Well-Being

Many people could benefit from learning to manage their anxiety and stress, but this is especially true when faced with a life-changing medical diagnosis such as cancer. Cancer not only affects your body, but it affects your emotions and feelings, as well. Seeking emotional support can help patients and families […]