le views-view-fields.tpl.php * Default simple view template to all the fields as a row. * * - $view: The view in use. * - $fields: an array of $field objects. Each one contains: * - $field->content: The output of the field. * - $field->raw: The raw data for the field, if it exists. This is NOT output safe. * - $field->class: The safe class id to use. * - $field->handler: The Views field handler object controlling this field. Do not use * var_export to dump this object, as it can't handle the recursion. * - $field->inline: Whether or not the field should be inline. * - $field->inline_html: either div or span based on the above flag. * - $field->wrapper_prefix: A complete wrapper containing the inline_html to use. * - $field->wrapper_suffix: The closing tag for the wrapper. * - $field->separator: an optional separator that may appear before a field. * - $field->label: The wrap label text to use. * - $field->label_html: The full HTML of the label to use including * configured element type. * - $row: The raw result object from the query, with all data it fetched. * * @ingroup views_templates */ ?>
|What To Do After Your Cancer Diagnosis|
Leading a fulfilling and fruitful life will require that you do everything you can to remain healthy. In other words, life is something you have to work at to enjoy. So if you ever get the news that you have cancer, remember that this isn't the end. It's only your cue to work harder. Find out how to work harder and smarter by using the tips below. Do not keep a strong front around everyone. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, you do not need to keep a brave front in front of everyone. Get support from your family and close friends and be sure to express to some of them how you are actually feeling. Broccoli, Bok Choy, Brussels Sprouts and Kale can all help you fight to prevent cancer if you eat them regularly. These vegetables are called cruciferous vegetables and several laboratory studies have shown that ingesting these vegetables can help to regulate certain enzymes in your body which help you defend against cancer. Beating cancer may require a little bit of luck, but you cannot allow yourself to rely on being lucky in order to beat it. In other words, you should never really expect miracles or for some experimental treatment to instantly cure you. Luck may play a role, but you should focus on putting in the effort to defeat cancer. For people with moles on their bodies, be sure to always check for any changes, including an increase in size, a color change, or a change in shape. If you notice any of these changes, be sure to see a dermatologist immediately, as this could be a sign of skin cancer. Try to avoid making drastic changes to the way that you live your life. If you make too many changes and stop doing the things that you enjoy doing, you are going to find it hard to enjoy the life that you do have. Make the most of it and continue doing the things you love. Put traveling off for now! If you are receiving chemotherapy or radiation treatment for cancer, it may be wise not to travel. First and foremost, you do not want to skip any treatments! Also, your immune system is weak and traveling - increases your risk of getting sick or getting an infection - which can cause major problems! It is important for cancer patients to drink plenty of water, especially if they are receiving chemotherapy. A cancer patient's immune system is low and it is important to stay hydrated. Becoming dehydrated can cause other complications that could land you in the hospital. Try to stay away from soda and sugary drinks. It is common to lose your appetite during chemotherapy, consult with a dietician and they can help you find foods that are easy to digest and are appealing. Some examples include soups, yogurt and oatmeal. It might also help to eat small, frequent meals. Also, take a short walk before you eat as it may help to improve your appetite. After finding out that you have cancer, it is best to keep an open contact with your doctor and those close to you, such as your family members and close friends. If you avoid talking to them about your situation and your feelings, you might begin to feel isolated. Decrease the amount of worrying you partake in. It may be tough, but people who exhibit excessive neurotic behavior have a much higher risk of dying from cancer. Decrease your level of stress and make an effort to relax. If you constantly are working and moving at a fast pace find time to slow down and unwind. A great tip for coping with cancer is to anticipate the physical changes you or your loved one will go through. If you research what will happen with your type of cancer and treatment, you will know what to expect and can prepare yourself mentally for the changes that will come. Offer to help with the daily chores or activities of someone with cancer. Treatment can be an exhausting process, but by simply making a dinner or doing someone's laundry is a gift that they will appreciate immensely. Don't just make a vague offer to help, give them a specific day and time that you will come over. If you are undergoing chemotherapy, consider getting your hair cut short. There is a good chance that your hair is going to fall out from the treatment and there will be much less to lose if you cut it short. This will make it an easier transition for you in the case that it does fall out. Get regular screenings for things like colon, breast, prostate, cervix and skin cancer. Finding cancer early is the best way to win the battle against it if you were to ever get diagnosed with it. Ask your doctor what intervals are recommended for different ages to make sure that you get the most out of screening. Know your family history so you know if you are at risk of getting breast cancer. If you have family members who have had it before reaching menopause, be sure to tell your doctor. You are going to be at a higher risk of developing the cancer as well, and your doctor will want to keep a close eye on you. It is suggested that young woman get the Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine before they begin to become sexually active. The vaccine is said to help prevent cervical cancer. HPV is one of the highest risk factors involved with cervical cancer. Other factors include family history. Getting a pap smear regularly is also a great form of prevention. It's trite and a definite cliché, but nobody ever said life was easy. It might be exceedingly more difficult with cancer, but there is absolutely nothing you cannot accomplish when you put your mind to it. Implement the information you've learned here and fight your way back and enjoy your life.