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Melatonin and Breast Cancer
Melatonin production (or lack thereof) is thought to have a direct link to breast cancer. This article explores some of the theories behind the claims.
Reduce Your Risk of BPA Contamination
Chances are you're a little confused about BPA and its link to breast cancer. I know I was. Maybe you take your water bottle out of the hot car right away. But did you know you're at risk when you pay for your groceries? Read on for some valuable information!
How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?
One of the hardest things in the world is telling your children you've been diagnosed with breast cancer. Here are some thoughts to help you answer the question, “How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?"
Lack Of Sleep And Aggressive Breast Cancers
Can lack of sleep lead to more aggressive breast cancers and a higher incidence of breast cancer recurrence? Read about a fascinating study that suggests it can.
Identification of New Breast Cancer Genes
Scientists at the British Columbia Cancer Agency and University of British Columbia have identified new breast cancer genes. This is a discovery that may change the way breast cancer is diagnosed, as well the way it is treated.
Healthy Choices Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
Breast cancer survivors know that being proactive is the key ingredient to feeling empowered. Here are some easy ways to take charge of your diet and lifestyle to reduce the risk of breast cancer for you and your loved ones.
Statin Drugs May Treat Breast Cancer
Recent research studies have shown that cholesterol-lowering statins may keep breast cancer at bay in some patients.
Breast Cancer and Heart Disease
New research now indicates that women who have a mutated form of the BRCA 1 or BRCA 2 gene, who are at risk for hereditary breast cancer, may also be at greater risk for heart disease.
Breast Cancer and Exercise
It's a proven fact that women who exercise during their cancer treatment experience less fatigue. Further, participating in a regular exercise program helps reduce anxiety and depression, fosters a sense of well being and builds strength and endurance. It's never too late to start!
Thermography and Breast Cancer
Thermography is a screening method that measures differences in temperature of a woman’s breast tissue, and often can detect subtle, pre-cancerous changes long before they appear on a mammogram. Should you consider thermography?
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