The word mammogram tends to evoke a sense of dread and fear in most women. But getting a mammogram is not only recommended, its essential for a womans health.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we want to help you deal with the issues that matter most. When a friend or loved one is diagnosed with breast bancer, its a mind-numbing, awful experience for everyone affected. You also might be unsure how to show your love. Weve created a list of ways to express your support and deepest sympathies – and to do what you can to help your friend when she needs you the most.
Did you know that 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer over the course of their lifetime? It’s the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. Experts agree that early detection is the best defense against this deadly disease, and since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want to encourage moms everywhere to give themselves a monthly breast self exam (BSE). Do you know how to do a BSE properly? If not, here are the guidelines that every women needs to know:
The following post is sponsored by Genentech. “You have breast cancer.” These are four words no woman wants to hear, especially not as a 33-year-old with two small children. But less than a year after her own mother passed away from breast cancer, this was the reality for Jaime Andrews. Jaime was diagnosed in 2012 […]
October.Fall arrives, the kids are excitedly picking out their Halloween costumes and football season is in full swing. But there is also a certain sadness and emptiness that I really feel during the month of October.October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. It is also the month that our first episode of the Supernanny aired – right after Nana died from breast cance