Dear Friends, I have learned SO much over the last twenty years! And, I am SO grateful for my experiences – because they now allow me to help YOU on your path to HEALTH & WELLNESS. I firmly … Read more...
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Susan Wilking Horan
Welcome Everyone! I’m Susan.
A Survivor of 3 different cancers. A Wellness Advocate. A Best-Selling Author. A Businesswoman. And, hopefully one of your new Best Friends! Because I’m here to help YOU navigate your Path to Overall Well-Being. So, if you or a loved one is a cancer patient or survivor -- or if you just want to learn everything you can about preventing Cancer and promoting Health & Wellness of Mind, Body and Spirit – please join me. I would be so honored to have you with me! Together we can face our fears, overcome our odds and create a life rich in Abundance, Well-Being, Strength, Courage and Knowledge. Remember, no one is meant to do it alone.
So, take my hand and let’s get going.
You know, there’s more to Health and Wellness than just the information we receive from the Internet, or Facebook, or the Nightly News. Yes, it’s important to be informed. In fact, I always say, … Read more...
I AM HERE FOR YOU. I can show you the way. I can teach you how to be your own ACTIVIST. I can show you the proper STRATEGY. I can help you to help yourself. One step at a time. Together we will … Read more...
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NEW INFORMATION ABOUT COLON CANCER It’s WELLNESS WEDNESDAY everyone and time to share some new information on COLON CANCER. As many of you know, I’ve survived three different cancers, including colon cancer. And, I was a very young, lean, athletic, non-smoking vegetarian when I was diagnosed. In my particular case, I discovered that the disease ran in my family. And heredity, of course, is a powerful risk factor for any cancer. When a cancer runs in one’s family, the cancer can present at an earlier than average age AND it can be more aggressive. It now appears, however, that non-hereditary colon cancer is affecting more and more people at younger ages – and the reason remains unclear. In a new study published last week in the MEDICAL JOURNAL JAMA, the incidence rates of both colon and rectal cancer are rising in American adults under the age of fifty. Now, this is a … [Read More...]