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10 Thoughtful Gifts For Chemotherapy Patients

When you learn that a friend or family member has to receive chemotherapy, your natural reaction is to want to know how you can make their lives easier during this period.  You may offer rides to their therapy sessions, baby sit their kids or walk their pets, or bring over supper once a week.  For those of you looking for items that can be used to prepare for chemotherapy sessions or to be used during chemo, here are 10 gifts that will be appreciated....

 

Build Strength, Improve Acceleration And Work On Endurance With Keiser Air300 Runner

It's really hard for a machine to mimic a sprint. Treadmills come close, but it's hard to change pace and run all-out on a treadmill. Ellipticals confine you to a limited range of motion in your stride. However, the Keiser Air300 Runner gives you a range of motion in your stride and allows you to change your pace.

Jyrobike Helps Kids Learn To Ride A Bicycle

It's hard to teach kids how to ride a bike, because you can't really teach someone how to balance themselves. That's a skill that must be acquired through practice. So, if your kid is at that age where they'll be getting their first bicycle soon, you may want to check out Jyrobike.

Stay In Shape While At Work With FitDesk v2.0

"I don't have enough time." That's a common excuse for not hitting the gym or keeping up a fitness routine. Of course, time is a big factor in being able to maintain your fitness routine. With the FitDesk v2.0, you can get in your workout while working, and time won't be a factor in your ability to live a healthy lifestyle.

THINX Are The Best Panties For That Time Of The Month. Period.

If you're a woman, you've probably experienced the dreaded period leak. We live in fear of the tampon that doesn't work or the pad that shifts. One little time-of-the-month malfunction, and you've ruined your underwear, pants, and possibly your grandmother's sofa. A few women invented THINX panties to solve women's plight, so we can look cute, feel comfy and keep calm knowing our favorite pair of jeans will make it another month. 

There's No Excuse For Skipping A Workout With The Daily Workout App

Sometimes it's hard to make time for the gym, especially if the gym isn't convenient. Life just happens and your workouts fall by the wayside. However, with a little app called Daily Workout, you don't have to hit the gym to get a good workout.

Germinator Jacket: Garment Probably Won't Prevent Ebola, But It Defends Commuters From The Common Cold

In North America, we're on high alert, more concerned than ever about protecting ourselves from illness with a number of Ebola cases on record within our borders. While there are no reports to indicate that Ebola has been spread by individuals traveling on planes, cruise ships, or other crowded transit options, individuals in these public spaces have been taking precautions. Even celebrities admit to donning not-so-stylish medical masks to reduce their risk of contracting any illness at 30,000 feet. A new garment wasn't designed specifically with Ebola in mind, but its release has come at a convenient time.

Rilakkuma Donut Cushion Keeps Your Coccyx Cozy

Show your tailbone a little TLC with this comfy donut cushion from Tokyo Otaku Mode designed to look like Rilakkuma, Japan's favorite cute character bear, who must have done something terribly bad in his previous life.

Innovative Wearable Tech: Tinkerbelle Inspires Light-Up Dress

Is wearable tech beautiful or clunky? Boxy designs seem to dominate the field, or at least they have until now. Read on to learn more about designer, Richard Nicholl's Tinkerbelle-inspired dress made of fiber-optic fabric triggered with LEDs hidden within its folds.

China's First Erectile Dysfunction Medicine Puts ED Sufferers In The Pink

Chinese men suffering from erectile dysfunction don't have to get the blues now that Jin'ge, the nation's first ED medication, has hit the market in the form of little pink pills.