Recognizing Addiction

    The stress associated with caregiving may open the door to substance abuse.

    by Diane Cameron

  • Caregiving with Confidence

    Making Rest Routine

    Healthy sleep habits should be an important part of self-care for caregivers.

    by Aimee Swartz

  • Caregivers Need Support Too

    High-intensity cancer caregiving is associated with poor mental health, especially for caregivers who don’t feel they’re getting the support services they need.

    by Jen Tota McGivney

  • Coordinating Care

    A caregiver offers tips for staying on top of appointments and test results when a loved one is receiving care from multiple providers.

    by Tara Rosenzweig

  • Why I Put Down My Camera

    A professional photographer shares advice on living in the moment after caring for his father, who had stage IV lung cancer.

    by Jay Perry


    Make Your Mental Health a Priority

    Recognize the signs of a serious mental illness and get help if you need it.

    by Lisa O’Leary

  • Caregiving with Confidence

    Will You Be Ready in an Emergency?

    Follow these strategies to take control when a loved one’s cancer requires urgent attention.

  • Q&A

    Honoring Life in Death

    Physician Lucy Kalanithi, widow of the author of When Breath Becomes Air, talks about aligning patients’ values with their end-of-life decisions.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • Caregiving with Confidence

    How to Deal with Communication Challenges

    These tips can help make talking about cancer a little easier.

    by Aimee Swartz

  • Gaps in End-of-Life Care

    Racial and ethnic backgrounds can be factors in whether cancer patients take advantage of hospice care. Researchers and clinicians are trying to understand the gaps and design strategies to bridge them.

    by Charlotte Huff


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