While the idea behind breast cancer awareness month (October 2018) is to support and remember those who have battled, or been affected by the devastating disease, the sentiment often gets buried beneath an avalanche of pink ribbons. An estimated 266,120 ...Read more
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Breast cancer research indicates that a healthy diet – rich in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, chicken, and fish – likely reduces breast cancer risk, while a diet high in fat and processed foods may increase the risk. However, most ...Read more
By staying on top of your breast health, and going in for regular mammograms, you can potentially avoid a late stage breast cancer diagnosis. As we all know—mammograms save lives by detecting breast cancer in its earliest stages—when it’s still ...Read more
Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed type of cancer, and second leading cause of cancer death among women in New Jersey. As scary as that sounds, know that a breast cancer diagnosis isn’t a death sentence – especially if ...Read more
While there are many risk factors for breast cancer that are out of our hands, it’s comforting to know that there are some we can control. Doesn’t it feel like Breast Cancer Awareness Month flew by? We were just preparing ...Read more
The beginning of breast cancer awareness month was marked with sad news. VEEP actress, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, recently announced that she has breast cancer. “One in eight women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one,” she shared via Twitter. “The good ...Read more
Breast Cancer Awareness: How Early Should You Be Screened For Breast Cancer? New research suggests that annual mammograms – starting at age 40 – reduce death rates by 40 percent. These findings are significant, and timely, as Breast Cancer Awareness ...Read more