According to new scientific research.
One in seven women in the UK will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, which-when you look at the women around you now-is a pretty high number.The main risk factors we know for certain play a role
Support breast cancer awareness in your own stylish way!
As reported by the International Agency For Research on Cancer, somewhere around the world a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every 19 seconds. In fact, according to the American Cancer Society, it kills approximately 40,920 women yearly in the United
'I knew I was willing to go through treatments or procedures to look better.'
With Breast Cancer Awareness Month prompting us to look chestward, it's only natural that we take this chance to evaluate our bond with our breasts. While you may not spare a second thought for your twins, for some women, their breasts
'People called me 'blessed' and would often ask me to 'give them some.''
How do you really feel about your breasts?October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in addition to ramping up awareness of the disease that makes up almost 30 percent of cancers among women in the Philippines, this time of the year
‘I wasn’t cast out of society.’
A year ago, I went on a week-long bra-free mission and reported back with tips for anyone willing to try the same. I just loathed the persistent pressure bras put on my chest so much and thought, since my boobs
Follow our simple guide and make sure you check your boobs regularly.
October may be Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but it's not just now that you need to be aware of checking your breasts; it's a habit you should be maintaining all year round, no matter your age or family
Gonna keep on screaming forever about how bodies are normal!
The nipple may not be 100 percent free just yet, but we're certainly living in a time of increased nipple visibility. Which is great! But one extremely unfortunate downer about all this nipple freedom is that it's leading
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