Exercise as medicine for cancer: Q&A with Kerri Winters-Stone

Cancer patients don’t need to avoid physical exertion, including exercise – contrary to once widely held belief. Exercise is not only safe during and after cancer treatment, studies have found...

How strength training may improve cancer survival

Cancer survivors who engage in strength training or other vigorous physical activity tend to live longer and have a lower risk of recurrence than those who don’t work out. A new study helps explain...

How targeted exercise helps men with prostate cancer

Losing bone and muscle mass while gaining fat is a troubling problem for men receiving androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer, putting them at risk for heart disease, frailty and broken...