Healthy Living: Breast Cancer and Sleep

The bad news: one in eight women in the U.S. will hear the words ‘You have breast cancer’ at some point in her lifetime.

The good news: the five-year survival rate is improving.

However, many women who beat breast cancer face another problem, but researchers have found one simple solution.

It’s today’s Healthy Living.

Dr. Rogers says getting treated for cancer may change certain behaviors, such as making a person more tired, leading to them taking more naps during the day and then not sleeping well at night.

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