One in four cancer survivors will experience persistent pain after ending cancer treatment. In our exploration of chronic pain among cancer survivors, evidence shows time and time again that physical activity plays a vital role in alleviating symptoms and improving quality of life.
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Our work and lifestyle choices are contributing to the normalization of poor sleep1,2. This is in contrast with the extensive research linking good quality sleep with positive mood, learning, memory consolidation, and physical recovery. Conversely, poor sleep leads to important consequences for our health1.
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​Before delving into the topic of interest for this post, I would first like you to take a look at the image of the two tables. To most people, this image depicts two tables of which one appears longer and thinner than the other. However, the truth is that the two tables are of the exact same size, both in terms of length and width.
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