Keep Your Pantry Stocked
Tip #2 I have a list of staple items that I try to always keep on hand. From these items I have a few “fallback meals”. I know my family enjoys them, they’re quick and easy to make, and they’re nutritious. I use my “fallback meal” for those days when life just gets out of […]Read full story
What’s For Dinner?
When I was in treatment for Stage III, High Risk, Inflammatory Breast Cancer, the amazing nurses from Mills-Peninsula Hospital Labor and Delivery brought us dinner … every night … for a full year … at least when one of Dr. Greene’s patients or my sister (the world’s best sister) wasn’t cooking for us. For a […]Read full story
I pulled this ParentsTV video out of the vault of oldies, but goodies. In it, host Juli Auclare asks, “What parent doesn’t love making choices that are not only healthy for their kids, but safe for the environment, too?” That’s the premise of Dr. Greene’s book, Raising Baby Green.Read full story
Breast Cancer — A Story of Survival
A young mother recently called me. She had seen my story on the web and wanted to talk because she hadn’t been able to find another survivor of “her kind” of breast cancer. She needed to connect with someone who could hold out hope for survival. I am happy to say, that I am not […]Read full story