Survivorship is a journey complicated by the scars left behind–both visible and invisible, and by the lifelong effects of chemo and other treatment. This community welcomes parents, survivors of any age, their caregivers, friends, medical professionals and the wonderful people who help support families through this journey,
A few facts from the National Cancer Institute:
As of 2011, at least 388,501 American cancer survivors were first diagnosed when they were under the age of 21. Advances in cancer treatment mean that today more than 80 percent of children diagnosed with cancer are alive at least five years after diagnosis.
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We believe that Quinolone Toxicity is responsible for causing and exacerbating numerous health issues in the world today. This drug toxicity has resulted in untold suffering and burdens through unique mechanisms of action that are not fully understood by the medical community. Admittedly, the reduction of suffering caused by Quinolone Toxicity is an ambitious goal in a world where a majority of the medical community denies its existence. We believe that we will achieve this goal through perseverance, scientific excellence, collaboration and breakthrough creativity.
Coming this fall.
Watch this new series about Charles Gehret, a man living with Parkinson's Disease, and learn from his family and medical providers as they discuss what it's like to be a caregiver as the disease progresses. MoreLess
Community for those battling Fibromyalgia and all that it entails. This community is focused on living positively despite illness. Positivity won't heal you but negativity will certainly make you feel worse. MoreLess
At A.M. Wade Nutrition Group LLC, we affiliate with the fundamental principle that there is no universal healthy lifestyle. Instead, caloric intake, macro- and micronutrient distribution, supplementation, and fitness regimens should all be tailored to each individual. Said another way, pursuit of a healthy lifestyle is “Case Specific”. MoreLess
We believe in designing a life around health and fitness. Our goal is to create a community of individuals who share a passion for fitness and healthy living. We commit to delivering free group workouts and bootcamps every Sunday in a safe, high-energy and motivating environment. We are Freestyle Fitness.
At Freestyle Fitness, we only associate with top-notch trainers. We are fortunate to have two such men on board, Elliot Shaw and Dylan Lucyk!
Elliot Shaw (26) grew up in Wayne New Jersey and graduated from Wayne Hills, where he was an All-County and All-League Shortstop and Pitcher for the baseball team. He went on to Caldwell College, where he majored in Music Performance and played on the baseball team. He is now a Personal Trainer and Athletic strength and conditioning coach at Hunt For Strength in Fairfield, New Jersey and is also a competing amateur powerlifter. Elliot is also the drummer for the Hard Rock band Flounder, and performs shows all over the tri-state area. One of Elliot's passions is fitness, and helping others achieve their fitness goals is one of the most fulfilling things he knows.
Dylan Lucyk (21) grew up in Hoboken, New Jersey and graduated from Hoboken High School. He went to college to play basketball but suffered a debilitating knee injury and then surgery which ended his collegiate career. After going through the rehabilitation process he developed his passion to help others achieve their goals through coaching and training. Working at NYSC in Hoboken for 3 years gave him the skills and confidence to help people achieve their health goals. Dylan is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer.
In the MS Community, we encourage you to connect with one another and share your experiences and challenges. Let this community be your source of inspiration and encouragement as we work together to provide support. MoreLess
The Gifts of Autism (TGOA) is committed to empowering parents and professionals on how to deeply connect with children/adults on the Autism Spectrum through Interactive Workshops; 1:1 coaching sessions; parent/family coaching sessions, Mastery Program, and monthly newsletters. MoreLess