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A Day In The Life Of A Service Dog Handler

November of 2016, I welcomed a new treatment plan into my life. She was a 9 week old Golden Retriever, so interested in this new world around her. It is important that society realizes that service dogs are not pets. They are life saving medical devices and deserve respect. I [...]

23 Cancer Terms To Know

Cancer can be scary enough. The words that come with it can be even scarier when you don’t know exactly what they mean. From types of cancer to treatment plans, there can be handfuls of words you have to learn. These words can often feel like just another burden on [...]

4 Empowering Messages For The Fight Against Breast Cancer

Future Female Leaders has always been a source of encouragement, love, and empowerment for conservative women. This October, things are no different. We, as an organization, began the Think Pink campaign during Breast Cancer Awareness Month as an initiative to empower those affected by this disease. All month long, young [...]

A Guide To Cancer Ribbon Colors And What They Represent

The month of October is so important. It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month, and it’s a time where people from all walks of life, political backgrounds, and religious preferences come together in the effort to find a cure. Not only does this month give us the chance to highlight one of [...]

The Progress Of Breast Cancer Research

Many of us are aware that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but few people know the history of this disease. While there is still much to learn about Breast Cancer, we do have the answer to some of the more basic questions. Who first learned about breast cancer? What [...]

What I Learned Training For A Half Marathon In 50 Days

We all make impulsive decisions in our lives. Maybe it’s splurging and spending too much on an annual sale from your favorite store, or buying a fish for your college dorm room before realizing there’s more responsibility in taking care of a fish than the Internet leads you to believ. [...]

5 Top Rated Breast Cancer Charities

In case, you haven’t noticed all the pink around you, October is breast cancer awareness month. While you may wish to show your support for the brave women who will fight breast cancer in their lifetime by purchasing pink products and making donations, you should research where your money will [...]

10 Simple Ways To Practice Self-Care

It’s the middle of the semester and right before we kick off the holiday season. You have tons of midterms, projects at work, or social events. You may feel like life is getting out of hand. In the midst of a busy point of life, self care is usually deprioritized. [...]

Breast Cancer Warning Signs And How To Conduct A Self Exam

Death rates from female breast cancer dropped 39% from 1989 to 2015. While there are better treatment programs available now for breast cancer, the decrease is also the result of finding breast cancer earlier through screening and increased awareness. Mammograms are still one of the best ways to [...]

To The Girl Who’s Lost Someone To Breast Cancer

First and foremost, I want to make sure that you understand that you are not alone. At the time being, that may not be a comforting feeling. You've lost someone incredibly important to you and it feels like the world is crashing down around you. I get it. I may [...]