What’s in Kit for Cancer

A Clean Reusable Cup is a Must

No barista likes a less-than-clean reusable cup. It’s important that your reusable cup is simple to rinse out.  You also don’t want to increase any health problems with poorly washed cups and your immune system. The main problem with reusable travel cups is the lids which are not usually cleaned as well as they should be. …

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Spotting Winter Dehydration

Dehydration happens when you don’t have enough fluids in your system. Your hydration needs do not change much during the winter months. The body still loses water through sweating, breathing and urinating no matter which season it is. If you feel thirsty, have dry mouth, are light-headed, cannot focus well, feel tired or notice your skin is …

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A High Temperature

While 80% of COVID-19 patients may only experience mild symptoms, they may display an elevated temperature. Hospitals, workplaces etc are performing temperature screens as extra precaution before entering. A high temperature is a normal response to infection. Something inside your body, such as an infection, has caused your temperature to rise. Some cancers, drugs and other treatment …

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Washing hands with soap and water

Hand washing is more important now than ever with health authorities constantly urging us to pay attention to our hand hygiene in the fight against the coronavirus. For a cancer patient it’s a constant fight against infection and your skin needs gentle products that minimize the chance of skin aggravation during both chemotherapy and radiation …

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Recording your Body Temperature

Your normal human body temperature is usually at its lowest in the early hours of the morning and highest in mid afternoon. but generally, remains around 36.5°C to 37°C. Having a fever means your body temperature is higher than normal. Something inside your body, such as an infection, has caused your temperature to rise. Some …

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