Dr. Wooten's grandfather was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer the summer before she began her medical education at the University of Florida College of Medicine. Her family's experience during that time has shaped the way she cares for her own patients at Roswell Park.
While low-carb diets may appear to provide a “quick fix” when it comes to weight loss, evidence doesn't show that they help you lose weight in the long term. In fact, many diets that have been shown to be healthful patterns of eating are not low in carbohydrates. Here's the lowdown.
Throughout the chaos of 2020, Roswell Park's Cancer Talk blog brought you advice for dealing with the pandemic, tips for living a healthy lifestyle, essential information for cancer patients and survivors, and stories of hope and inspiration. Here we highlight some of our most popular articles from the past year.
If food and drink don’t taste good to you — or worse, if they taste bad — you are less likely to eat and drink as much as you need. This can lead to weight loss, electrolyte imbalance, dehydration, slow healing and poor nutrition.