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N'Sights Patient Newsletter Table of Contents - 2009

**  Recommendations for Cancer Prevention

V-9 N-4 Apr 2009 View from Here: Founder Dr. Billy U. Philips, Jr. - Cancer Nutrition Network Moving to Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
The Warburg Hypothesis
What's the latest on Vitamin C and Cancer?
Shannon Kirkland-New Editor for NSIGHTS Newsletter
West Texas AHECs - A new partner for CNNT
Clinical Trials Anyone?
Cancer Resource Library
Recipes of Month: Banana Pudding Parfait
V-9 N-5 May 2009 Revisiting the Seasons of Survival
Foods that Fight Cancer
Vitamin D, Sunlight and Risk
Colon Cancer Risk Grows 5% per inch: You Waist is a Picture of Your Health
Hot Dogs and Cancer Risk
Colon Cancer Risk (continued from page 2)
Recipes of Month: Apricot Cookie Bars
V-9 N-6 Jun 2009 Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas Receives $450 Million
Weight Cancer Link
All About Omega 3s
Ten Red Flags of Junk Science
Efforts to Minimize Weight Gain after Breast Cancer Diagnosis May Improve Survival
Study Finds that Walnuts Slow Growth of Breast Cancer Tumors
American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) Recommendations for Cancer Prevention
Feature food: Apples: A Healthy Temptation
Recipes of Month: Pineapple Chicken Stir-Fry
V-9 N-7 July 2009 Exercise Helps Fight Fatigue
Starting an Exercise Program
Getting the "Blues" for Health
Starting and Exercise program (continued from page 1)
Colorectal Cancer Called "Most Preventable"
CPRIT Announces Chief Prevention Officer
Recipes of Month: Mixed Greens with Blueberries and Feta
V-9 N-8 Aug 2009 Tips for Handling Nutrition-Related Problems During Treatment
Tips for Nutrition
Tips for Nutrition (continued from page 2)
When You Are Able to Enjoy Food: Rediscovering the Joy of Eating
Recipes of Month: Boston Bean Soup
Recipes of Month: Ginger-Stuffed Baked Apples
V-10 N-1 Sept 2009 View from Here: Founder Dr. Billy U. Philips, Jr. - *Topic: Dream Girl: genetics, work ethic, or lifestyle
Feature Articles: "The New Normal" After Cancer Treatment Kathy Chauncey, PhD, RD
Nutrition for Children with Cancer Kathy Chauncey, PhD, RD
Ways to Help Your Child Take in More Protein and Calories
Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health: Betsy Goebel Jones - *Topic: Living Past Cancer: Quality of Life and Lifestyle Factors
** Tips to help child eat better- don't make food a battleground
Feature food: Apples: A Healthy Temptation
Recipes of Month: Multi-Grain Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce
Recipes of Month: Lemon Baked Sole
V-10 N-2 Oct 2009 View from Here: Founder Dr. Billy U. Philips, Jr. - *Topic: Knowing Joy & Peace
Feature Articles: Pinktober Is All Around Kathy Chauncey, PhD, RD
Cancer Patients and H1N1 Flu
How to Avoid H1N1 Flu
Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health: Betsy Goebel Jones - *Topic: I have Chemo Brain! What's Your Excuse?
** Have an apple per day
Feature food: Apples: A Healthy Temptation
Recipes of Month: Autumn Apple-Cranberry Crisp
Recipes of Month: Mexistrone Soup
V-10 N-3 Nov 2009 View from Here: Founder Dr. Billy U. Philips, Jr. - *Topic: "It's The Ballgame- Obesity & Cancer"
Feature Articles: Highlights from AICR Kathy Chauncey, PhD, RD
Kids with cancer web site by Kathy Chauncey, PhD, RD
Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health: Betsy Goebel Jones - *Topic: Can Too Much of a Good Thing Lead to a Bad Thing?
** Be as lean as possible without becoming underweight.
Feature food: Cruciferous Vegetables Q/A: Broccoli: Why the Ups & downs? 3.30.2009 AICR
Recipe of Month: Brussel Sprouts with Pecans and Dried Cranberries/ Cauliflower-Potato Bake
V-10 N-4 Dec 2009 View from Here: Founder Dr. Billy U. Philips, Jr. - *Topic: the View from Here- Christmas- “Expecting the Unexpected?"
Feature Article: In US Excess Body Fat Alone is Responsible for 100,000 cases of Cancer
How to Measure Your Risk: Body Mass Index (BMI)
*Topic: Excess Body Fat Now Seen as Major Cause of Cancer
Green Tea Being Studied as a Potential Cancer Fighting Food
** Be physically active for at least 30 minutes every day
Feature food: Green Tea Q/A Scalding foods & drinks
Recipe of Month: Green Tea Slush with Apricot Nectar/ Cinnamint Green Tea

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