Articles with the tag cancer

How to Stay Positive When Dealing With a Disease

It is hard to stay positive when dealing with a disease, especially if the disease is rare. Rare diseases often have a poor prognosis, which can make them harder to handle and even more difficult to stay positive when fighting.

Lessons from Movember & No-Shave November

Every November, millions of men around the world grow out their facial hair as part of Movember or No-Shave November. These charities help raise awareness for men’s health issues such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, suicide, and colorectal cancer. The goal is to get men talking and educated on these issues, as well as raising […]

Testicular Cancer: What You Need to Know

Do you know how many new cases of testicular cancer are diagnosed each year? Just over nine thousand. Surprised? You would think with that high of a number, we would be hearing about the disease more often. But many men have a tendency to feel embarrassed about the private nature of their diagnosis, and therefore […]

Contribute to Caren’s Cancer War Chest and Help a Mom Fight Breast Cancer

“Generosity is the most natural outward expression of an inner attitude of compassion and loving-kindness.”  – Dalai Lama XIV Here at The Daily Mind, we talk about loving-kindness, generosity, and compassion a lot. These are, after all, integral to our purpose: to find meaning amidst the daily grind.

4 Sources of Hope and Strength: A Story of Surviving Cancer

It takes a certain amount strength to make it through a difficult situation. Whether you have just been fired, you have received a horrible diagnosis, or you’ve found out your lifelong partner is leaving you, it can be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel when everything seems to be crashing […]