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Nancy Scanlan, DVM, holistic veterinarian turned Master Certified Health Coach and Terrain Ten advocate, is passionate about sharing natural ways to create a longer, healthier life. To explore the role of diet, herbs, and supplements proven helpful to cancer warriors, see her blog at, or check her Pinterest page.

Latest Posts By Nancy Scanlan

1 month ago

Are You at Risk of Diabetes? These 5 Tests Are Sure to Reveal an Issue

You have probably heard of metabolic syndrome, the precursor to Type 2 diabetes. But do you know how doctors define that? If anyone in your family has suffered from Type 2 diabetes, then you are more likely to be at risk. But there are also three…

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7 months ago

5 Ways Timing Can Help You Lose More Weight – Even if You Eat the Same Food!

Has your breakfast time gradually slid down the day? Originally, you had to be up early, get the kids out of bed, put something on the table for them, your significant other, and for you, and leave in time for work. As life went on, the kids moved out…

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1 year ago

Diagnosis: Cancer – Now What?

If you have just recently been diagnosed with cancer, chances are your mind is at a standstill. How do you push through shock, scary feelings, anger, depression, and anxiety to become a cancer warrior? A cancer warrior is…

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1 year ago

Grief After a Loss Is Normal Until It Becomes Complicated: How Do You Tell the Difference?

As we get older, we start losing friends and family. Sometimes we just lose touch with them, with less visits, less phone calls, less letters. Sometimes they fade away from life because of health conditions…

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2 years ago

Feeling Blue Is Not an Age-Related Issue – Check Your Diet! (Includes Bonus Recipe)

There are certainly a number of reasons to feel down as we get older: loss of friends, loss of loved ones, loss of mobility, having to move, and so on. When you are faced with enough stressful situations for long enough…

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4 years ago

The Connection Between Chronic Diseases and the Coronavirus Epidemic

By now we know that chronic diseases make the COVID-19 infection (caused by the Coronavirus) worse. It is obvious why something like asthma could complicate COVID-19…

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