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by Joanna Morales, Esq. Thinking about a career change? Looking for a new job? Wanting to get back into the workforce? Then Cancer and Careers is a resource for you. In addition to providing all sorts of information about how to balance work and a cancer diagnosis,...

Ever wondered about how you can become an advocate? There’s a whole spectrum of advocacy: from advocating for yourself, to advocating for others in your community, from media advocacy (even social media) and research advocacy to policy and legislative advocacy, and everything in between. There are...

King v. Burwell A few weeks ago, we talked about the pending Supreme Court decision that may take away financial assistance from millions of people who bought health insurance plans from the Marketplace. Now we have additional information about the potential impact of such a decision:...

By Sara Skillen I was picking our son up from an after school activity recently, when I noticed that every other parent waiting in the lobby with me looked absolutely exhausted. Eyes staring down at the floor (or at their smart phone), shoulders slumped, slightly startled whenever someone...

Ever wish your co-worker with a cold would stay home, instead of bringing their germs to work? Maybe they can’t. In most states, employers are actually not required to provide you with time off from work if you are sick or you need to see a...

It is predicted that by 2030, cancer will surpass heart disease as the leading cause of death for Americans. Ever wonder about the things you could do to potentially prevent cancer? Check out this video from PublicHealth.org: http://www.publichealth.org/public-awareness/cancer/ PublicHealth.org is dedicated to connecting patients, students and professionals to...

The Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that allows employees to take time off from work because of their own serious medical condition; to care for a spouse, a parent, or a child; or for certain military family leave. Click here to...