Acknowledging Cancer’s PTSD-Causing Trauma

 June 15, 2024

Polls in the United States and Europe revealed that half the population are more afraid of cancer than any other disease. Cancer is, after all, a life-altering event that can trigger a rollercoaster of emotional and psychological responses. For many who experience this fear, they may continue to grapple with lingering trauma long after treatment. […]

The 411 on Sleep and Cancer Treatment Success

 May 15, 2024

Did you know sleep disturbances are common in people with cancer? Although patients spend a considerable amount of time in bed, it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re sleeping well. Insomnia, restless leg syndrome (RLS), and sleep apnea are prevalent sleep disorders in cancer patients. The stress associated with a diagnosis, uncomfortable symptoms, and treatment side effects […]

7 Super Duper Foods to Reduce Stress and Cancer Risk

 April 15, 2024

Stress has a way of bringing out the worst in us. It can pull the strings on our emotions, making us irritable, sad, anxious, tense, or make our thoughts race nonstop. For those who struggle with prolonged (chronic) stress, these symptoms can disrupt daily life and even increase the risk of life-threatening conditions, including cancer. […]

Are You a Revenge Bedtime Procrastinator?

 March 15, 2024

Few things rival our mastery of revenge (bedtime procrastination). The concept of “bedtime procrastination” first appeared in a paper published in 2014. The addition of the word “revenge” originated from Chinese social media platforms, where it gained traction for describing a behavior pattern wherein individuals willingly stay up late at night and sacrifice valuable sleep […]

How Celebrations Keep the Doctor Away

 February 15, 2024

Some of us know at least one person who’s always looking for a reason to party. Perhaps it’s a friend, family member, co-worker, former schoolmate, or some guy at the gym. Whether it’s a holiday, someone’s birthday, or simply surviving the long workweek, they always look forward to painting the town red. As it turns […]

Don’t Skip These 5 Important Cancer Screenings in 2024

 January 1, 2024

While annual checkups can seem bothersome, they are worthwhile and necessary, especially as we age. Cancer screenings, to be specific, can detect life-threatening health conditions at their earliest and most treatable stages. Add these appointments to your calendar sooner than later – your future self will thank you.   Preventive Cancer Screenings to Get in […]

Holiday Weight Gain and Cancer Risk

 December 15, 2023

The holidays are all about savoring delicious foods and drinks with loved ones. Between office parties, family dinners, and a constant stream of sweets, it’s no wonder many people gain weight over the holidays. All that unhealthy eating and excess pounds you put on could increase your cancer risk. Sure, enjoying some extra cookies or […]

Let’s Regenerate Our Neurons!

 November 30, 2023

I would say that probably all of us have the desire to keep our brain and our mind working for us until the day we die. Right? I know I do. I want to be able to make memories and, and keep those new memories and the old ones I want to know who I […]

Need Brain Help?

 November 27, 2023

Hi, I’m Dr. Branyon with New Hope Unlimited. I have lots to tell you about the new science and research that’s just recently coming out about renewing the brain neurons. It’s possible that we can save ourselves from cognitive problems. No matter what age we are. If you or someone you love or know has […]

Reboot Your Brain’s BDNF

 November 27, 2023

We’ve all heard that as we get older, our brain neurons die off and there’s no more to be grown. Well, that’s simply not the truth anymore. New studies have shown us that the neurons can regrow and revitalize. So we have hope. Researchers have found that the brain derived neurotrophic factor which is also […]