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For newly diagnosed cancer patients, telling your boss and co-workers that you have cancer can be a scary challenge.
The key to successfully talking about your diagnosis, one expert says, is rehearsing.
"Practice before you have these conversations," said Eva LaManna, program manager for Cancer and Careers, who encourages newly diagnosed patients to identify who in their company...Read more »
If you're like me, you think Thanksgiving dinner is one of the best meals of the entire year.
And while most don't head into this annual chow down expecting a small meal, how many of us really stop to think about just how many calories we're packing into our bodies?
Mounds of mashed potatoes, turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce and so many more delectable choices blindside your waistline,...Read more »
“The joy is in the journey.”
It’s the mantra that Jose Lopez lives by.
And it became the mantra for two Long Island triathletes that Lopez helped train for this year’s Ironman World Championship.
On Saturday, the world will watch an elite crop of athletes take on an unforgiving terrain in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii when the 2013 Ironman World Championship is televised. The world will...Read more »
What would you do to get a free ride on the subway?
Would you be willing to stop in the middle of a subway station and start exercising if it meant your trip that day was free?
That's what commuters in Russia are doing.
In a new commercial before the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, subway passengers are challenged to stop and complete 30 squats (a camera watches participants to make...Read more »
In the days leading up to the New York City Marathon, two family members asked me the same question: “Why do you feel the need to run 26.2 miles?”
I struggled to find an answer for them, but as I pounded the pavement Sunday through each of New York’s five boroughs (with a GoPro camera strapped to my chest) the reasons revealed themselves.
Waking up at 4 a.m. to catch a bus from Lynbrook...Read more »
Former NFL player and current ESPN analyst Merril Hoge almost lost his life to post-concussion syndrome in 1994.
“I was in cardiac arrest and intensive care for two days,” said Hoge, who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears, and was one of the first players to undergo cognitive testing. “Not only did [a head injury] cost me my career, it almost cost me my life.”
At the...Read more »