Op Koers Online Program: Assistance For Parents Of Pediatric Cancer Patients This research addresses the challenges faced by parents of children with cancer, emphasizing the stress and uncertainty associated with treatments and long-term effects. The study, anchored in the disability-stress-coping model, highlights the crucial role of coping skills in mediating well-being.
Patient Education This article is tailored for patients. Refer your patients to this article for them to learn more about their condition. Body and Soul Harmony: Unleashing the Power of Yoga and Exercise Yoga and exercise both offer great ways to stay healthy and feel good. In our busy lives, these activities
Pain Intensity In Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathies And Rheumatic Diseases Pain management is central to the medical practice of many medical professionals, especially rheumatologists and pain experts. Pain intensity has important implications, as it often indicates the severity of a disease, its prognosis, and the outcome of specific treatments. Also, evidence shows
Patient Education This article is tailored for patients. Refer your patients to this article for them to learn more about their condition. Creating Balance: A Guide to Harmonizing Work and Personal Life for Optimal Well-Being Have you ever felt like your work days are suddenly creeping into your "me" or family time?
Lifestyle changes for Hypoglycemia prevention Overview of the Study This study seeks to understand the link between a combination of lifestyle changes and the risk of severe hypoglycemia (SH) in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Health screening of all ages and genders of the T2DM patient population could be used to identify
outcomes of physical exercise regimens in advanced cancer The number of people that suffer from oncological diseases is ever rising. This has sparked interest into all treatment modalities to provide comprehensive care, one of which is physical exercise programs for these patients. There are varied causes of cancer, such as genetic
skeletal muscle mass and cancer patient quality of life: a meta-analysis Loss of skeletal muscle mass (sarcopenia), is a widely prevalent problem among cancer patients with incidence ranging from 11 to 74%. Low skeletal muscle mass at baseline is predictive of poor cancer outcomes such as decreased overall survival, increased risk