• Cancer Care

    Compassionate meets comprehensive: Dr. Fiona Denham


    When it came to finding the perfect fit that met both of Dr. Denham’s goals, she was surprised to find it at Goshen Center for Cancer Care.

  • Cancer Care

    Dr. Leonard Henry leads Goshen Center for Cancer Care with patient-centered, expert care


    Why does highly specialized care matter, if everyone’s treating the same disease? Because just like every person is different, every cancer is just a little bit different, too. That’s why, at Goshen Center for Cancer Care, we’ve embraced a multidisciplinary approach in which physicians, nurses, dieticians, mind-body counselors and naturopathic providers all work together to develop expertly tailored care plans for each patient, and each individual cancer diagnosis.

  • Heart and Vascular

    Fatigue and exhaustion may be signs of heart disease, not just growing older


    Out of breath when you climb stairs or walk to the mailbox? Feel tired all the time? You may think it’s normal signs of aging. Your doctor – and your heart – may know better.

  • Healthy Eating

    8 Tips for Healthy Eating During the Holidays


    The holidays are a time where it feels like there is food everywhere you look, whether it’s extra cookies at home, candy gifted from friends, a buffet spread at holiday parties or home baked goods in the break room at work. All of this extra food can lead to mindless eating. To help combat that, Allyson Mast, MS, RD, CD, Clinical Dietitian at the Goshen Center for Weight Reduction, put together a list of tips for healthy eating during the holidays.

  • Cancer Care

    Holiday gifts for cancer patients


    As we race toward the biggest holiday of the year, most of us are knee deep in preparations. While there can be times of joy, there can also be times of stress, for anyone, but especially for those trying to tackle a serious medical concern, such as cancer. If someone in your life has cancer, consider gifts designed to make that experience easier for them. 

  • Healthy Lifestyle

    12 Tips to Beat the Holiday Blues


    The whirlwind of the holiday season brings twinkling lights, time with friends and family, special meals, shopping for the perfect gift for all your loved ones and a packed calendar of events –– or, at least, that’s the expectation many of us have for the holidays. While this season can bring much warmth and joy, it can also evoke feelings of loneliness, depression and anxiety due to high expectations, financial stress and busy calendars. 

  • Cancer Care

    Self-care during the holidays for those with cancer


    For those on the cancer journey, the holiday season may also be a time of simply not having the energy or funds to keep up with expectations from past years.

  • Cancer Care

    Enjoy the holiday season without letting cancer keep you down


    Holidays are typically viewed as a festive and joyful time. Many people enjoy getting together with family and friends, giving and receiving gifts and celebrating traditions. However, if you or a loved one has been affected by cancer, this holiday season may need to be spent a little differently. It might be important to slow down, simplify and find what works best and is most comfortable for you.  

  • Wellness Awareness

    5 simple ways to reduce your risk of falling at home


    Most falls occur at home –– and most broken bones result from falls at home, too. Falls can cause serious injury to people of all ages and, for the elderly, falls can lead to a tragic loss of independence and mobility. Fortunately, you can make simple changes in your house to cut your risk of falling in half. If you’re worried about falling at home, here are five easy ways to make your house safer.

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