Clamminess, dizziness, heaving stomach…the side effects of chemotherapy are all too familiar. Children have it particularly bad: the drugs used to treat pediatric cancers are heavy hitters, and are almost guaranteed to produce chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, known as CINV.
Get ready for summer!
We’ve made a playlist of our favorite songs, new and old, to keep you company while you’re on the road this season.
We’re a good 158 days into the year (already!?), and for some of us – most of us — it feels like we could use a break. If you’ve yet to solidify your summer vacation plans, fear not! We’ve got our favorites for 2017 right here. Here are seven ideas to celebrate the season.
Each year, nearly 16,000 children are diagnosed with cancer in the US. These pediatric cancers are often extremely aggressive and require repeated doses of chemotherapy.
So last week I spoke about the unfortunate encounter one unlucky woman had with essential oils, which both saddened and compelled me to write about the things you need to know when using essential oils – whether it is for yourself, your family or even your pets.
About a month ago, a woman named Elise Nguyen took to Facebook to share images of distressing burns on her skin, in a now-viral post that rapidly made its way through the online health and wellness community, and no doubt found its way into the halls of hospitals around the country.
When we started Soothing Scents almost 12 years ago, we entered the world of essential oil therapy from the opposite side of the spectrum that most manufacturers do: we came from the medical side.
So we had to learn about essential oils, and as with everything we do, we did so using a medical approach to research.