After the past few CancerBridges “Living Your Best Life with Cancer and Beyond” Survivorship Symposiums, there have been a number of people who are motivated to get fit but don’t know where to start. If you need some direction and want to make sure you are doing things right, the Thrive Program at the University of Calgary is where you need to go!
Dr. Nicole Culous-Reed and her team at the Health and Wellness Lab have been researching exercise and cancer for many years and are able to do an individualized exercise assessment and fitness program. Continue Reading
Physical Activity and Cancer Day, Tom Baker Cancer Centre, February 2012
If I was not physically active before cancer, it will not help me now…
It can be very difficult to make healthy lifestyle changes after being diagnosed with cancer and many survivors wonder if it is worth the effort. In this video, Mike Lang talks with Lauren Capozzi, a PhD student are the University of Calgary who works with the Culor-Reed Health and Wellness Lab, about exercise and its impact of the health of cancer survivors. Continue Reading
Every year the Culos-Reed Health and Wellness Lab at the University of Calgary puts on an excellent Physical Activity and Cancer education session at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre. Below is a quick 2 min video recap of the day an a personal message from Dr. Nicole Culos-Reed. Continue Reading
“Cheers to a New Year and another chance for us to get it right.” – Oprah Winfrey
Are you someone who makes new years resolutions? Is there anything within your control that you would like to change in 2012? Continue Reading