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Weight Management: Getting Started

*Weight Manage Get Started ... bodies come in all shapes and sizes. Not all bodies are made to be thin. For some people, a healthy ... you can make now. Set an action plan for how you are going to make these changes. When you can stick ... 84622;weight management: getting started;weight loss, getting started;obesity, weight loss, getting started

Ready, Set, Run!

Running: How to Start ... -burning, stress-reducing aerobic workout. Here's how to get started. Ready, Set, Run! It may not ... and not push your body too hard. Be patient. Remember that it may take a while to get into shape and ... running;stress-reducing aerobic workout;running program;running injuries;safe running;getting started running;2753

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Tests After Diagnosis

healthcare providers learn more about the cancer and how to treat it. Some of these tests can also be used ... to help show how well treatment is working, or to look for signs that the leukemia might be coming ... ALL;tests to evaluate ALL;BALLD3

Breastfeeding: Getting Started

Getting Started with Breastfeeding ... or virus. Here's how to get started: Early breastfeeding The first few weeks of breastfeeding ... baby. Here's what you need to know. Breastfeeding: Getting Started Breastfeeding your child ... breastfeeding;starting to breastfeed;breastfeeding instructions;p02637

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Chemotherapy

, the subtype of ALL (gene changes in the ALL cells), and how well the leukemia responds to treatment ... treatment worked at all. How is chemotherapy given for ALL? You will meet with a hematologist ... ALL;BALLT4

Exercise: Making the Most of Your Time

*Exercise Time What to Do ... tips to get you started! Exercise: Making the Most of Your Time Your exercise goal is 30 ... to 3 times a day. You'll still get all of the benefits of exercise. Use your whole body Aerobic ... 85147;exercise: getting the most from your 30 minutes;how to get the most from your exercise in 30 minutes;30 minute exercises

How to Be an Active Patient

they're ill and live longer, healthier lives. How to Be an Active Patient People who are ... healthcare providers, plan ahead to get the most out of those visits, learn about their conditions and ... active patient;how to be active patient;informaed active patient;responsible active patient

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Treatment Choices

preferences How well the leukemia responds to the first treatment (induction) Learning about your ... know how you’ll feel and function after treatment, and if you’ll have to change your normal ... acute lymphocytic leukemia;ALL;chemotherapy for ALL;radiation therapy for ALL;stem cell transplant for ALL;BALLT2

Where to Get Medical Care

surgeries are performed in locations other than a hospital operating room. Where to Get Medical Care ... open nearly every day of the year. If you need more care than they can provide, they’ll get you to an ... urgent-care centers;offsite treatment facilities;offsite health care options;retail store sites ... advantages;retail store sites disadvantages;Ambulatory surgery centers advantages;ambulatory surgery

How COVID-19 Spreads

have started as a virus inside an animal. Somehow, it moved from the animal to a human. That was ... then another and another. We call this "person-to-person" transmission. Person-to-person How does it ... human;coronavirus;COVID-19;highly;contagious;community spread;hand;washing;social distance;person-to-person

How to Start a Physical Activity Routine

also help prevent certain diseases. Find out what staying active can do for you - and how to get ... minutes each week. As you get stronger, you can add even more. To get started … Talk with your

Heart Disease: Managing Many Medicines

Heart Disease: How to Safely Manage all Your Medicines ... important guidelines to follow to get the most from them. Heart Disease: Managing Many Medicines ... separately from others. Talk with your healthcare provider to make sure you understand how these

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Treatment Questions

will treatment be like? How will I get it? How much of the treatment will need to be done in the ... cancer can be overwhelming. It can be hard to take in all of the information. It helps to be prepared ... adult acute lymphocytic leukemia;treatment for ALL;ALL;BALLT1

Hodgkin Lymphoma: Introduction

Introduction to Hodgkin Lymphoma ... control. To help you understand what happens when you have cancer, let's look at how your body ... . These are tiny tubes. They form a network all through your body to carry lymph fluid around the body and

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Radiation Therapy

is sometimes used along with chemotherapy (chemo) to treat ALL. Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia ... (ALL): Radiation Therapy  What is radiation therapy? Radiation therapy uses high-energy X-rays to ... acute lymphocytic leukemia;ALL;radiation therapy for ALL;ballt8

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Status After Treatment

. Your healthcare provider will discuss treatment options to get your ALL back into remission ... tests check your blood and bone marrow for leukemia cells. They are used to see how well ... acute lymphcytic leukemia;ALL;phases of ALL;BALLD4

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Stem Cell Transplant

Your doctor may advise a stem cell transplant for acute lymphocytic leukemia. Read on to ... learn the details of this procedure. Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Stem Cell Transplant ... acute lymphocytic leukemia;ALL;stem cell transplant for ALL;ballt12

Thyroid Cancer: Stages

distant sites.  Stage III. The tumor is any size. It may or may not have started to spread ... how to treat the cancer. Thyroid Cancer: Stages What does stage of cancer mean? The stage

Using a Cane

*Cane How to Use ... A cane helps you get around on your own. Many different canes are available. The most common ... type has a single tip. Using a Cane A cane helps you get around on your own. Many different

Getting Support for Quitting Smoking

*Smoking Get Help to Quit ... are good to talk to, because they’re likely to know how you feel. You may need extra support in the ... first few weeks after you quit. Ask a friend to call you each day to see how you’re doing. Telephone


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