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The five most common cancer warning signs in young people

There are many signs and symptoms of cancer – but remember that having any of them doesn’t necessarily mean you have cancer.

The Social Sketchup: drawing for mindfulness and wellbeing

The Social Sketchup is a series of daily sketching challenges designed to calm your mind, boost your mood and get your creativity flowing.

Hiral: You’re still just as important even through this crisis

Hiral is currently on maintenance treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. She’s shared a great selection of advice and encouragement to help other young people with cancer cope with isolation and get through lockdown and shielding.

Terence: It’s always good to set realistic goals

Terence was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia when he was 16. At our Find Your Sense of Tumour event last year he gave a brilliant speech with the message that life goes on after cancer. Watch it here, or keep reading for advice and inspiration.

How positive thinking can help you start your day right

Psychologist Martin Burder explains the negativity bias and how to overcome it, sharing his top tips on positive thinking to help you start your day in the best possible way.

5-minute fitness workout for beginners

Got five minutes a day to up your fitness levels and feel healthy? This easy-to-follow 5-minute fitness workout is perfect for beginners.

Three 10-minute workouts you can do at home

Our friends at MOVE Charity are experts in exercise and cancer rehab. They’ve kindly shared these brilliant 10-minute workouts you can do at home with little or no equipment.

All you need to know about social distancing, shielding and self-isolating

Unsure about whether you need to be shielding, social distancing or self-isolating? In this guide we’ll walk you through what each term means and what steps you need to be taking to protect yourself.

Getting the right cancer information

When it comes to your cancer treatment, there’s no such thing as a silly question – particularly under the current circumstances. And you can never ask too many questions.

Living healthily during cancer

Eating, sleeping and exercising can be tough when you have cancer, but it’s really important to look after yourself as well as possible during treatment.