https://www.healthcentral.com/article/love-life-partner-reduces-inflammation-breast-cancer-survivor
Breast Cancer

Your Love Life Can Improve Your Health After Breast Cancer

A new study finds that breast cancer survivors in romantic relationships have lower inflammation and less stress.

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    OSU Breast Cancer Study: Psychoneuroendocrinology. (2020.) “Relationship satisfaction predicts lower stress and inflammation in breast cancer survivors: A longitudinal study of within-person and between-person effects.” sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S030645302030127X

    Sarah Ellis

    Sarah Ellis

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    Sarah Ellis is a wellness and culture writer who covers everything from contraceptive access to chronic health conditions to fitness trends. She is originally from Nashville, Tennessee and currently resides in NYC. She has written for Elite Daily, Greatist, mindbodygreen and others. When she’s not writing, Sarah loves distance running, vegan food, and getting the most out of her library card.