Helpful Websites

eatrightAcademy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Nutrition, health, and fitness resources all in one site. Provides recipes, videos, and healthy tips!

acsAmerican Cancer Society
Learn about American Cancer Society programs to help you stay well, plus what screening tests the American Cancer Society recommends, and more

aicrAmerican Institute for Cancer Research (AICR)
Practical, reliable advice on what to eat and how to get active again once your cancer treatment is over. Support groups, recipes and tips for healthy, everyday changes that may lower risk for cancer recurrence and secondary cancers.

cdcCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Cancer survivorship resources for survivors, caregivers, and health care professionals.

hp2020Healthy People 2020
Webinars, eLearning, evidence-based resources, community action plans.

Practical tools to make living healthy an easier and sustainable process

acsNational Cancer Survivorship Resource Center
resources that have been developed for cancer survivors, health care professionals, and the policy and advocacy community.

nsfNational Sleep Foundation
Learn about sleep and the brain and how to improve your sleep.

hsNational Healthy Sleep Awareness Project
Learn how to improve your sleep and how much sleep you actually need.

hsSpringboard Beyond Cancer
Springboard Beyond Cancer provides survivors with online tools to manage side effects from cancer treatment, cope with stress, improve healthy behaviors, communicate better with their health care teams, and ask for support from family and friends.

stSuper Tracker
Personalized nutrition and physical activity plan, food and physical activity tracker, tips and support to help you make healthier choices and plan ahead.

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surviveAL provides targeted online resources to young women facing breast cancer in Alabama, with the central focus to improve their quality of life through education, support and networking.

sgk_logoSusan G. Komen North Central Alabama
Offers educational resources and outreach programs to breast cancer survivors.

logo_uclahealthUCLA Mindfulness Awareness Research Center
Provides an introduction to mindfulness meditation that you can practice on your own. This site includes free guided audio meditation podcasts, videos, and more.