In line with Cancer Awareness Month, this year’s Cancer Thrivers Summit is dedicated to helping cancer patients, their loved ones, and caregivers live their lives with utmost joy amidst the challenges of their cancer journey. The event will take place on October 29, 2022, from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm via Zoom, free of charge. […]
Although widely believed that 10,000 steps a day are needed to stay healthy, this isn’t exactly what the authorities in the matter prescribe.
Ever wondered what it would be like to wake up on Sunday morning without a hangover? Then maybe it’s time to take up the “Sober October” challenge and see if you can forego alcohol for 31 days, or less, depending on what you’re capable of achieving as we head into fall. Like “Dry January,” the […]
A couple from Utah, USA, finally got to experience a Valentine’s Day cancer-free after first meeting in a hospital as teens. Ricky Stafford and Alexis Gould were both 15 when they were taken to the Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. Gould had neuroblastoma, while Stafford was diagnosed with leukemia in 2014. Posted […]
A woman was brought to tears when she received one last bouquet of flowers and a poem from her late husband on Valentine’s Day last Friday, Feb. 14.
A pet owner has chosen to express his gratitude to a team of vets that helped his dog fight cancer with a Super Bowl ad costing a cool $6 million (P305.7 million). Scout, a 7-year-old Golden Retriever, has been the unofficial mascot of WeatherTech, an automotive accessories company, of which his owner, David MacNeil, is […]
Stacy Kimmel was invited to be a part of the 2020 Rose Parade. Unfortunately, the cancer survivor was not able to participate due to health reasons.
A couple from Indiana, USA, brought their wedding to the intensive care unit so the bride’s father could join them in their special occasion. When Shelby Schweikhart and Jared Conville got engaged, they were not expecting to have their wedding at the hospital. But when Schweikhart’s father’s cancer returned, the couple decided to exchange their […]
A seven-year-old boy named Olly Spencer shaved his head to support his schoolmate who had cancer because he “didn’t want him to be alone.”