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Take Care of Yourself

Care for your body, mind, and soul. Find out more about how to live a healthy life.

  • Dental Health

    Dental Health

    Your dental health becomes your responsibility when you become an adult. Some cancer treatments can have an impact on your dental health and there can also be dental late effects, which may appear months or years after treatment.

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  • Get Your Sleep for Good Health

    Get Your Sleep for Good Health

    Sleep problems are a frequently reported symptom in cancer patients and survivors. The most common problems are insomnia, excessive daytime sleepiness and cancer-related fatigue (not a sleep problem but can be related). Another sleep problem, delayed sleep-wake phase disorder, occurs almost exclusively in teens and young adults.

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  • 8 Ways to Take Care of Yourself

    8 Ways to Take Care of Yourself

    Take control of your health! These 8 steps will empower you, help you feel better, and protect your body from disease.

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  • Physical Activity for Teens and 20s

    Physical Activity for Teens and 20s

    Physical activity can help cancer patients and survivors prevent disease and improve bone and muscle strength, heart and lung health, and brain function.

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  • Healthy Food = Healthy You

    Healthy Food = Healthy You

    Living your life to the fullest means getting the most out of the food you eat. Eating healthy can be especially important if you are going through or have gone through treatment for cancer.

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  • Vaping and Cancer

    Vaping and Cancer

    Vaping or Juuling is a bad idea for cancer patients and survivors. Learn about the health risks of vaping and ways to stop.

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  • Coping with Serious Illness: Tips for Teens

    Coping with Serious Illness: Tips for Teens

    Facing a serious medical condition as a teen or young adult can be overwhelming. Learn ways to cope.

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More from Together by St. Jude

  • Tools to Quit Smoking

    Not smoking is one of the simplest ways to prevent cancer and there are many tools available to help smokers stop. While percentages are dropping, about 14 percent of childhood cancer survivors report smoking.

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  • How to Prevent Skin Cancer

    Protecting skin from the sun is the best way to prevent skin cancer, and it is especially important for childhood cancer survivors. Skin cancer is the most common second cancer in childhood cancer survivors.

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  • Spotlight on Childhood Cancer Research

    Learn about St. Jude discoveries on T cell therapy for AML, KMT2A leukemia, craniopharyngioma, Hodgkin lymphoma, and improving survival after cancer.

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