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Wellness House now offers webinars and videos you can watch from the comforts of your own home! Wellness House video content is always evidence-based and presented by experts in the field of oncology. To view, select a video. You will be asked to log in to your MindBody account. If you don’t have a MindBody account, register here. After you log in, you’ll be redirected to the video page.

All Wellness House programs are provided at no cost including videos. For any additional information about Wellness House, please call 630.323.5150.

Information & Education

No Cure for Being Human

An evening with special guest speaker Kate Bowler. In the wake of a sudden stage IV colon cancer diagnosis at the age of 35, Kate Bowler was left asking the question, how do you move forward with a life you didn’t choose?  Searching for peace with her limitations in a culture that says anything is possible, Kate re-examines the way she was living with unflinching honesty and lightheartedness in her newest book, No Cure for Being Human. Learn how she finds hope, courage, and truth – and be inspired to discover a new perspective on the human experience.  Recorded on 4/14/22
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Information & Education

What I Learned from Talking to People of Color About Cancer

A fireside chat with special guest speaker Jodi-Ann Burey. Jodi-Ann works at the intersections of race, culture, and health equity on a mission to disrupt “business as usual” to achieve social change. She is the creator and host of Black Cancer, a podcast about the nuances of the lives of people of color told through their cancer journeys. Jodi-Ann holds a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Michigan. She prides herself on being a cool auntie, a twist-out queen, health advocate, adventurer and reluctant dog owner. Originally aired 2/24/22
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Support Groups and Counseling

Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy

An evening with Dr. William Breitbart, exploring what makes life meaningful.  The participants of this special event will become familiar with the common existential concerns confronting people with life-threatening disease and will become familiar with existentially oriented interventions that have been found to be effective in treating despair. In the realm of uncertainty, there is an opportunity to create and hope for the future.
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Information & Education

Anticancer Living

Introducing the concept of “Mix of Six”, Anticancer Living provides an informed case that building social and emotional support, managing stress, improving sleepexercise and diet, and minimizing exposure to environmental toxins work together to promote an optimal environment for health and well-being.
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Information & Education

Cancer and the Environment with Sandra Steingraber

Biologist, author and cancer survivor, Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized authority on environmental links to cancer and human health. Steingraber’s highly acclaimed book, Living Downstream: An Ecologist’s Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment, was the first to bring together data on toxic releases with data from U.S. cancer registries and was adapted for the screen in 2010. Today, she continues her political advocacy and investigating the links between human health. Check out her inspiring talk on environmental toxins, your health, and what you can do to protect it!
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Nutrition

Gathering Around the Table with Bryant Terry

Our very special guest and presenter, Bryant Terry – James Beard Award-Winning chef, educator, and author of the newly published Vegetable Kingdom – gave a great presentation breaking down the fundamentals of delicious plant-based cooking and the importance of eating whole foods to live a healthful life.
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Nutrition

Gathering Around the Table with Recipes from Vegetable Kingdom

Our very special guest and presenter, Bryant Terry – James Beard Award-Winning chef, educator, and author of the newly published Vegetable Kingdom – gave a great presentation breaking down the fundamentals of delicious plant-based cooking and the importance of eating whole foods to live a healthful life.
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Information and Education

How Self-Compassion can Provide Strength and Resilience for People Affected by Cancer

Presented by special guest Dr. Kristin Neff, author and pioneer in the study of self-compassion.
Self-compassion involves treating ourselves kindly, like we would a close friend we care about. Rather than making global evaluations of ourselves as “good” or “bad,” self-compassion involves generating kindness toward ourselves as imperfect humans and learning to be present with the inevitable struggles of life with greater ease. Learn how self-compassion can improve your quality of life and well-being. Originally aired 5/18/23.
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Blood Cancer

Hot Topics in Blood Cancer 2023

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2023

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Metastatic Breast Cancer 2023

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2022 – Treatment and Research Panel

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2022 – Updates in Metastatic Breast Cancer Treatment

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2022 – Sexual Health and Breast Cancer

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2022 – Managing Hormonal Therapy Side Effects

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2022 – Positivity in Breast Cancer: Toxic or Healthy?

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Colorectal Cancer

Hot Topics in Colorectal Cancer 2022

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Prostate Cancer

Hot Topics in Prostate Cancer 2023

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Prostate Cancer

Hot Topics in Prostate Cancer 2022 – Healthy Eating

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Prostate Cancer

Hot Topics in Prostate Cancer 2021 – Treatment and Research Panel

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Lung Cancer

Hot Topics in Lung Cancer 2021 – Benefits of Exercise for Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer

Hot Topics in Lung Cancer 2021 – Treatment and Research Panel

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Prostate Cancer

Hot Topics in Prostate Cancer 2021 – Treatment and Research Panel

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Prostate Cancer

Hot Topics in Prostate Cancer 2021 – Benefits of Exercise for Prostate Cancer

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2021 – Treatment and Research Panel

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2021 – Surgical Management of Lymphedema

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2021 – Metastatic Breast Cancer Treatment Updates

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2021 – Hormonal Therapy for Breast Cancer

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Breast Cancer

Hot Topics in Breast Cancer 2021 – Advocating for Yourself as a Breast Cancer Patient

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Information & Education

The Social and Emotional Impact of Stem Cell Transplant

Originally presented on Tuesday February 27th by Alexandria Callahan, LCPC, BC-DMT, GLCMA, City of Hope Cancer Center

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Information & Education

Chicago Prostate Foundation Meeting

Chicago Prostate Foundation Meeting featuring Dr. Bejan Fakouri, Duly Health and Care. Dr. Fakouri answers frequently asked questions about Urolift, medications, urinary incontinence, and erectile dysfunction. Recorded February 7, 2024

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Information & Education

Living with Purpose: Occupational Therapy’s Role in Empowering Meaningful Living

Presenter: Alison Kirk, OTD-S, RUSH University Occupational Therapy Doctoral StudentLearn how you can benefit from working with an occupational therapist as you navigate the impacts of a cancer diagnosis in your life. 

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Information & Education

Pelvic Floor Health

Learn about changes to one’s body, with a special focus on the pelvic floor, following cancer treatments. Amy Tamos, PT, DPT, will address incontinence, pelvic floor pain, and returning to sexual activity and provide tips on what we can do to promote health, wellness, and recovery. We will talk about possible changes to our body/side effects of treatment, and how to promote a new and healthy normal.

Originally presented on Tuesday, December 12, 2023, by Amy Tamos, PT/DPT

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Information & Education

How to Reduce Toxins in the Home

Originally presented on Tuesday September 12th by Bobbi McGrath, MS, CHC

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Information & Education

Benefits of Exercise for Mental Health

Daniel E. Wilsea, M.A., LCPC, NCC, CCMHC, CMPC. Original presentation September 5, 2023

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Information & Education

Lifestyle and Wellness in Survivorship

Originally presented by Deborah Manst, MD, MPH, Oncogeneralist, Cancer Service UI Health on Tuesday December 13th.
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Information & Education

Skin Health During Cancer Treatment

From scars, dry skin, and hair loss to rashes,
nail changes, and sun sensitivity, cancer treatments can cause various skin-related side effects. During this program, learn about how to care for your skin, hair, and nails during cancer treatment and ways to reduce discomfort. Originally presented by Dr. Jennifer Choi on Thursday June 22nd


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Information & Education

Top Tips for Reducing Stress

Hear from researcher and psychologist Alex Psihogios, Ph.D., from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine about the top tips for reducing stress during cancer and steps to healthy living overall.
Originally presented by Alex Psihogios, Ph.D, Northwestern on Tuesday August 22nd .


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Information & Education

Life after Treatment: From Managing Side Effects to Everyday Life

Learn about managing long-term as well as latent treatment side effects as well as other issues that can come about after treatment with work, finances, relationships, and more.
Originally presented by Dr. Deborah Manst and Dr. Tamara Hamlish, PhD, MA on Tuesday August 1st


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Information & Education

Advances in Radiation Technologies for Cancer Treatment

Originally presented by Renuka Malik, MD, Radiation Oncologist, UChicago Medicine on Tuesday, November 28th
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Information & Education

Self-Care and Stress Reducing Tips for Getting Through the Holidays

Originally presented by Alexandria Callahan, LCPC, BC-DMT, Behavioral Health Therapist, Cancer Treatment Centers of America on November 10th, 2022
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Information & Education

Healing is Always Possible Even When a Cure is Not

No matter the struggles you are facing, healing is possible. Learn the four mantras of healing, how to incorporate them into your daily life and how they will add to your quality of living. Kelly will share about the importance of connecting with others, and how families can be together in a simplistic, yet profound way. Presented by Kelly Grosklags, National Speaker, Therapist and Author. Originally aired 2/10/22
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Information & Education

Advances in the Treatment of Neuroendocrine Tumors

Learn about current research and advances in treatment options for neuroendocrine tumors. Presented by Xavier Keutgen, MD and Chih-Yi Liao, MD, of University of Chicago Medicine. Originally aired 2/8/22
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Information & Education

Compassionate Listening

To listen to what someone else is going through is an extraordinary gift to offer. By simply listening to the challenges of another, we can actually reduce the amount of time the person feels sad. For that individual, the mere act of expressing what is inside can be healing. Listening requires emotional strength, patience, openness and a real desire to understand. Offered in collaboration with Imerman Angels on 1/10/21.
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Information & Education

Creating and Maintaining Healthy Boundaries

Boundaries are guidelines, rules or limits a person creates to identify for themselves what are safe and permissible ways for other people to behave around them. For both survivors as well as those providing support and caregiving to survivors, creating healthy boundaries is empowering. By recognizing the need to set and enforce limits, you protect your self-esteem, maintain self-respect and enjoy healthy relationships. Offered in collaboration with Imerman Angels on 11/16/21.
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Information & Education

Updates In Treatment of Metastatic Breast Cancer

Learn about the latest treatment options available for metastatic breast cancer. Side effect management and quality of life will be discussed as well. Presented by Laura Farrington, D.O., Medical Oncologist, City of Hope – Chicago. Originally aired 6/23/23
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Coping Skills and Strategies When Dealing With a Cancer Diagnosis

se of self-worth. In this video, presented by Earl King, MS, LPC, Oncology Support and Family Counselor at Wellness House, we discuss coping skills and explore emotions related to a cancer diagnosis. 

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Should I Try a Support Group

Watch this video to learn about the benefits, types, and structures of support groups, to help determine if joining a support group might be helpful for you! This video is presented by Allison Wenclawski, LCSW, Support and Counseling Program Manager at Wellness House.

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You are Your Best Advocate

Please join Ima Garcia Perez, LSW, Bilingual Oncology Support and Family Counselor at Wellness House, for a 10-minute presentation on how to be your best advocate.

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An Introduction to Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy

Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy (MCP) was designed by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to help people with cancer create and sustain meaning in their lives. Click to watch this video, presented by Michael Williams, Psy.D, Senior Oncology Support Counselor at Wellness House, which provides a 15-minute overview about its origin and what one could expect when enrolling in this 8-week program. This program is open to anyone with a cancer diagnosis, at any phase of treatment, and caregivers. Please contact Michael at mwilliams@wellnesshouse.org or 630-654-5117 to learn more and register for an upcoming session.

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The 4 M’s of Mental Health

Learn about the 4 M’s of Mental Health in this video, presented by Nevada Bennett, LCPC, NCC, Oncology Support and Family Counselor at Wellness House. The 4 M’s is a tool that can be incorporated into aspects of your routine and daily life, as you or a loved one navigates a cancer journey.

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Grief, Grieving, and Coping with Loss

Richa Ranade, Counseling and Support Intern at Wellness House, briefly discusses different types of grief that people impacted by cancer may experience, frameworks for understanding the grieving process, and resources available to support those who are grieving.

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Stress Management

Finding Calm in Creativity: Expressive Arts for Stress Reduction

Taking some time to engage in Expressive Arts can be a great way to help alleviate stress and anxiety. It can serve as a tool to distract us, help us to experience or process emotions, and even have some fun along the way! Watch this video, presented by Jacque Leuken, Schweitzer Fellow with Wellness House, for an interactive way to utilize expressive arts to help bring a sense of calm and fun to your de-stressing toolbox.
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Stress Management

Mindful Breathing Meditation

Join Nevada Bennett, LPC, Oncology Support and Family Counselor, for a seven-minute mindful breathing meditation.
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Stress Management

Special Place Meditation

Learn to reduce stress with Jane Van De Velde, DNP, RN, in a 15-minute guided meditation with imagery called Special Place.
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Nutrition

Managing Fatigue


Join Emily Guzman, Community Oncology Dietitian, to learn about common causes of cancer-related fatigue and strategies to manage this common side effect of cancer treatment.
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Nutrition

Knife Skills – Artichokes


Artichokes may seem intimidating but Angela will show you simple ways to break one down and prep it for cooking
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Nutrition

Knife skills for common produce

There are no right or wrong ways to cut something as long as you get the end result you want. Join Angela to learn some efficient tips for cutting your most common produce items.
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Nutrition

Do Acidic Diets Cause Cancer

There are many nutrition cancer myths out there and acidic/alkaline diets is a common one. Join Angela to learn more about this topic and obtain evidence based research.
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Nutrition

Do I Need to Eat Only Organic Foods?

There is often confusion around the topic of organic foods and whether eating organic improves health and cancer-related outcomes. Join us to learn about the role of organic foods in reducing cancer risk.
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Nutrition

Nutrition and Bone Health

Many nutrients play a role in bone health, and good nutrition can play a crucial role in maintaining strong bones. Join us to learn about specific nutrients that are beneficial, as well as habits that should be minimized.
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Nutrition

Snack & Learn: Dates

This short and informative class will focus on dates, along with a quick demonstration of how to incorporate it into a delicious and nutritious snack. 
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Nutrition

Grow Your Own Garlic

Garlic is a wonderfully nutritious food.  It is also a very easy plant to grow.  Registered dietitian Jamie Shifley will teach you about garlic and will explain and show you how easy it is to grow this plant year after year. 
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Nutrition

Merienda & Aprendeen español

Esta clase breve e informativa se enfocará en un alimento o nutriente a base de plantas junto con una demostración rápida de cómo incorporarlo en un refrigerio delicioso y nutritivo.
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Nutrition

Cocina saludable para el cancer de mamaen español

A menudo hay confusión sobre los alimentos que son seguros para el cáncer de mama. Únase a nosotros para esta clase de cocina que incluirá una variedad de alimentos y nutrientes que son muy recomendables.
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Nutrition

Hot Topics in Nutrition

Learn about the latest research and hot topics when it comes to nutrition for cancer. Presented by Angela Dennison, RD, LDN, Nutrition Program Manager, Wellness House. Originally aired 8/26/22
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Nutrition

Fungus Among Us: Health Benefits of Mushrooms

Learn about the benefits of mushroom and their relation to cancer from Bonnie Brock, Registered Dietitian. Originally aired 8/22/22
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Nutrition

Gut Health and Cancer: Understanding Steps to a Healthy Gut

Join Julie Lanford, author and creator of CancerDietitian.com as she dives into the link between nutrition and gut health and how that influences cancer risk. What is the microbiome and how can an healthy gut promote health and manage disease? Julie will discuss how diet and exercise can play a role in gut health, talk about pre and probiotics, and offer practical tips for maintaining a healthy colon. Originally aired 8/23/22
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Nutrition

Cancer Nutrition 101: Week 1

This four-week series with Angela Dennison, Oncology Dietitian, will begin a step-by-step journey to change the way you eat. Each week there will be a building block of information to establish habit changes while focusing on a plant-based diet. This series is for cancer survivors who want to improve their eating habits and have not known where to begin.  Week 1 presented by Angela Dennison, RD on 12/9/21.
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Nutrition

Managing Sore Mouth

In this video, registered dietitian Jamie Shifley, discusses the common causes of sore mouth and then talks about foods to eat and strategies for managing this common side effect of cancer treatment.
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Nutrition

Managing Constipation

In this video, registered dietitian, Jamie Shifley, discusses symptoms and causes of the common side effect of constipation. She then goes over ways to manage and prevent this problem..
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Nutrition

How Much Protein do I Need?


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Nutrition

Loaded Sweet Potatoes

If you are looking for an easy and nutritious meal, look no further! Julie Landford, the Cancer Dietitian and Angela Dennison, Nutrition Program Manager at Wellness House tag team this fun cooking video.
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Nutrition

Cooking with Angela and Julie: Super Simple Winter Salad

We typically think of salad as a “warm weather” dish. Don’t forget to add some light and bright meals to your winter routine. Angela will show you how to make an incredibly easy and delicious winter salad.
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Nutrition

Cooking with Angela and Julie: Roasted Cabbage

Julie Landford, the Cancer Dietitian will showcase how to make an easy, delicious roasted cabbage recipe. Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable and is on the top cancer fighting food list
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Nutrition

Cooking Up Wellness: Main Course Ideas

This class and cooking demonstration will feature recipes that are hearty, comforting and nourishing. Incorporate these recipes into holiday routines or throughout the year! Reach out to Angela at adennison@wellnesshouse.org if you would like copies of the recipes.
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Nutrition

Cooking up Wellness – Holiday Appetizers

In this video, registered dietitian Jamie Shifley, discusses the common causes of sore mouth and then talks about foods to eat and strategies for managing this common side effect of cancer treatment.
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Nutrition

Winter Foods and Knife Skills

Join Adrienne Felder, Professional Chef for a session to learn about cooking with winter produce and the knife skills every aspiring cook needs.
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Nutrition

Addressing Cancer Nutrition Myths

Join Adrienne Felder, Professional Chef for a session to learn about cooking with winter produce and the knife skills every aspiring cook needs.
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Nutrition

Hot Topics in Nutrition

Learn about the latest research and hot topics when it comes to nutrition for cancer. Presented by Angela Dennison, RD, LDN, Nutrition Program Manager, Wellness House
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Nutrition

Increasing Fruits & Vegetables

Join Angela Dennison, Nutrition Program Manager and RD, at Wellness House and Julie Landford, The Cancer Dietitian for this presentation on how to simply increase your fruit and vegetable intake. Julie presents evidence-based information that is approachable and easy to navigate. Angela ends the session with a quick cooking demonstration that includes a recipe that will surely provide motivation to increase your fruits and veggies.


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Nutrition

Limiting Red & Processed Meats

Join Angela Dennison, Nutrition Program Manager and RD, at Wellness House and Julie Landford, The Cancer Dietitian to learn more about the importance of limiting Red and Processed Meats. Julie presents evidence-based information that is approachable and easy to navigate. Angela ends the session with a quick cooking demonstration that includes a recipe that will get you excited to eat more plant-based proteins!
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Nutrition

Increasing Whole Grains

Join Angela Dennison, Nutrition Program Manager and RD, at Wellness House and Julie Landford, The Cancer Dietitian to learn more about whole grains, why they are important and easy ways to incorporate more of them into your daily routine. Angela ends the session with a quick cooking demonstration that will make adding more whole grains into your diet, feel seamless.
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Nutrition

Reducing Added Sugars

Join Angela Dennison, Nutrition Program Manager and RD, at Wellness House and Julie Landford, The Cancer Dietitian to learn more about the topic of added sugars and why we should work on limiting them. Julie also addresses the big question of “Does Sugar Feed Cancer?” Angela ends the session with a quick cooking demonstration that will get you reducing added sugars in no time.
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Nutrition

Cancer Nutrition Q & A: Is My Food Safe? Safety of the U.S. Food Supply

Many people are confused by why various techniques or additives are in our foods. Which ingredients should we watch out for on the ingredient list? Should we avoid everything that is chemical sounding? Join Julie Lanford, MPH, RD, CSO, LDN, The Cancer Dietitian, for this important discussion where she will break it down for you into practical and doable steps for making choices at the grocery store. You will leave with less anxiety about your food and more confidence in knowing how to feed yourself and your family!
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Nutrition

Managing Diarrhea

Learn about how to manage diarrhea due to a cancer diagnosis or cancer treatment.  
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Nutrition

Beginning a Plant Forward Diet

Learn about what a plant-forward diet is and how to go about beginning to implement a plant-forward diet.
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Nutrition

Managing Nausea and Vomiting

 This video discusses the various ways to address the common side effects of nausea and vomiting, which commonly occur during cancer treatments. 
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Nutrition

Dehydration

Strategies for preventing and managing dehydration during cancer treatment.
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Child and Family

Talking to Children about Cancer

Talking to children about a cancer diagnosis and treatment can bring about anxiety and uncertainty for parents, as they determine how to communicate the information in the most sensitive and appropriate way. Saige Spears, MS, CCLS, Child and Family Specialist at Wellness House, shares helpful information and tips to navigate how to explain a cancer diagnosis to the children in your life.
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Child and Family

Teen Expressive Writing

Join Oncology Support and Family Counselor, Nevada Bennett, LPC, to learn about various forms of expressive writing and how it can be a helpful tool for teens to process their thoughts and feelings.
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Child and Family

Child and Family Meditation

Join Child and Family Program Manager, Beth Gomez, LCSW, as she guides participants through a few meditations that families can do together to help reduce anxiety and bring calm.
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Child and Family

Child and Family Mind in a Jar Experiment

Join Child and Family Program Manager, Beth Gomez, LCSW, as she guides participants through the “Mind in a Jar” technique from the book The Peaceful Piggy by Kerry Lee MacLean. This technique can help calm and settle kids when experiencing lots of emotions during challenging times.
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Information & Education

Moving Through Cancer

On Saturday, February 27, Dr. Kathryn Schmitz, Distinguished Professor at Penn State College of Medicine and Past President, American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) shared the latest research and exercise recommendations from ACSM for cancer prevention and improved quality of life for cancer survivors.
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Information & Education

Discovering Nature’s Impact on Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

Research reveals that time in nature can reduce stress and increase our overall sense of well-being. Dr. David Victorson, co-founder of True North Treks, an organization that guides young adult cancer survivors and caregivers through wilderness treks across the United States, shares about the positive health benefits that nature provides to those affected by cancer. This event took place on Saturday, October 23, 2021
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Information & Education

Living Joyfully During the Uncertainty of Cancer

In the face of cancer, it can feel challenging to move forward through the uncertainty. Radiation oncologist, cancer survivor and TED Talk speaker Dr. Shekinah Elmore shares how she embraced life after her diagnoses and encourages her own patients to find courage and perspective to live the life they want. Learn 10 guiding ideas that have been inspirational in Dr. Elmore’s everyday life.
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Information & Education

Importance of Community and Connection During Cancer

What role do relationships and community have in health and wellness? In this Wellness Evolving presentation, local community psychologists shared their research and work on the importance of peer support and community building. Learn takeaways on how to build and contribute to your own community that can promote mutual support and resiliency.
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As a reminder, when participating in any exercise program, there is the possibility and risk of physical injury. Please make sure you have adequate space clear of objects that may pose a risk of harm and keep water close by for adequate hydration.  If you experience any feelings of lightheadedness, faintness, abnormal blood pressure, muscle cramps or nausea, please stop participation immediately and follow up with your physician. In the event of a medical emergency, please dial 911. By clicking the video link, I declare that I intend to participate in the recorded exercise program and acknowledge that I reviewed the previously stated terms and conditions.

Exercise

Yoga for Cancer

Join staff member Jadyn for a gentle standing and mat yoga class.
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Exercise

Restore Your Core

Join staff member Jeri to practice beneficial core exercises after cancer.
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Exercise

Stretching Through Cancer

Join staff member Angie for a stretching session to improve your muscle and joint health.
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Exercise

Qigong

Meet Zuzana, Medical Qigong Practitioner as she takes you through the elements of Qigong.
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Exercise

5 Helpful Exercises for Breast Cancer Recovery

Join Jeri Lau, Oncology Exercise Specialist, as she takes you through 5 simple exercises for breast cancer survivors. Did you know Wellness House offers a range of programs to help you in your recovery from breast cancer?  To learn more about our Pink Ribbon Fitness programs and to get registered, contact Jeri at jlau@wellnesshouse.org or call us at 630-323-5150.
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Exercise

Chair Yoga

Enjoy some gentle movement in this Chair Yoga class with Wellness House Oncology Exercise Specialist, Jeri Lau.
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