Coronavirus: the latest information including visitor restrictions & symptom screening >> (updated July 1)
The dog days of summer are upon us and summer is far from over. As temperatures keep getting higher and the humidity continues to rise, going outside can become unbearable.
If you or are loved one are receiving treatment for cancer, it can be even more challenging to be comfortable outside, but you can still beat the heat by planning ahead. Here’s how:
If you’re dealing with treatment-related hot flashes and night sweats and the heat is making it worse, try to:
You are your best advocate.If you ever feel hot and overheated, head inside and tell someone.
Treating cancer is a group effort. Edward-Elmhurst Health offers a variety of support services to help you through your cancer journey. Learn how we support you.
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