General Guidelines | Healthy Diet | Physical Activity | Smoking | Alcohol | Sun Exposure
It is important for all parents to help their children establish a lifestyle that promotes good health for the future.
Factors such as exercise, diet, obesity, sun exposure and alcohol and tobacco use are associated with the risk of health problems and cancer in the general population. Cancer survivors have an even higher risk for additional health problems and/or another malignancy. Set a good example and encourage healthy habits for your child.
Additional information can be found here:
- Staying Healthy After the Treatment of Childhood Cancer
Presenter: Nancy Keene, popular advocate, writer and parent of a 20-year childhood cancer survivor, Wendy Hobbie, MSN, PNP-BC, FAAN
From: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
- Help Your Child Adapt and Grow
Presenter: Lamia Barakat, PhD
From: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
- Optimizing the Lifelong Health of Childhood Cancer Survivors: Transitioning off Treatment
Presenter: Wendy Hobbie, CPN, MSN, FAAN
From: The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia