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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 [...]

Stories From A Breast Cancer Survivor’s Daughter

July 3rd, 2012 This was a day like any other for my mom. She was working as a federal pretrial probation officer and had to cut her work day short for her annual mammogram. The day was like any other day here in the South with the temperature reaching 101 [...]

20 Fast Facts You Should Know About Breast Cancer

Many Americans don’t know all the facts about breast cancer. Here are twenty quick facts about the disease, which only make funding research that more crucial. As you’ve probably heard many times this month, 1 in 8 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer, as reported by the American [...]

20 Ways To Help Reduce Your Risk Of Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we want to do our part to raise awareness. Some risk factors, such as family history, can't be changed; however, there are lifestyle changes you can make to lower your risk of breast cancer. Here are 20 things you can do to help prevent [...]

10 Celebrities Who Are Breast Cancer Survivors

October is a month dedicated to educating men and women across the country about breast cancer in an effort to find a cure. Numerous celebrities have been diagnosed with this terrible disease, and used their platform to raise money to fund continued research. Here are 10 celebrities who have battled [...]

FACT OR FICTION? 10 Things We Often Hear About Breast Cancer

FACT - Women who started menstruating early,  especially before age 12, have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer. The increase in risk could be due to a longer lifetime exposure to the hormones estrogen and progesterone. FICTION - Men do not get breast cancer. This is a myth. Men [...]

8 Ways To Show Support For Breast Cancer Awareness

One in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer. The American Cancer Society expects 252,710 new cases of breast cancer, 63,410 new CIS (carcinoma in situ which is the earliest form of breast cancer) cases, and 40,610 women will die. These numbers are staggering. 3.1 million. That is the number [...]

12 Prominent Women In Politics Who Are Breast Cancer Survivors

It’s October, which means that it’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. According to, one in eight women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and while more rare, a man’s lifetime chance of being diagnosed with breast cancer is one in 1,000. In March of 2017, there were [...]