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
It's best to do the preventive methods now in our 20s.
Those of us who aren't really affected by breast cancer don't think or worry about it. That's pretty understandable since we can get caught up in the daily grind and other issues out there. And that's why there'
At our age, when we're busy balancing the demands of career, family, and social life, it's easy to think we're invincible.
I started 2017 thinking it would be just another year. Little did I know that I would one day wake up in a hospital recovery room, checking to see if I still had both of my breasts.Less than a month earlier,
It only needs to be worn for an hour a week to spot the symptoms.
An 18-year-old boy from Mexico has wowed scientists with his recent invention: A bra which claims to be able to detect breast cancer symptoms. Student Julian Rios Cantu won the top prize at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) for
Here are the signs.
With all the flak that social media gets, there's one good thing that's come out of it-we're more connected now than we've ever been. We're also more aware of what's going on around the world,
Spreading breast cancer awareness through gorgeous designs!
At last night's Fashion Can Serve show, organized by the ICanServe Foundation to spread breast cancer awareness, a star-studded cast took to the stage to model some stunning creations by Filipino designers.First up, Heart Evangelista! The actress serves as
Your breasts can be a barometer for wellness. So you should know how to read them.
Your breasts can communicate a lot about what's going on inside your body. Use these signs to learn what your breasts are telling you-and see your medical care provider if you suspect something is up.(A quick note for hypochondriacs
A lot of times, apparently.
To raise awareness for breast cancer, Nestle placed a hidden camera on a woman wearing a hot pink bra to see how many times people looked at her boobs. Given that they were emphasized for the campaign, it's not surprising that
We caught up with the Miss Universe 2011 runner-up when a global women's brand launched her as their spokesperson. Read her take on fashion, beauty, and what she <i>really</i> wants to do.
As proud Filipinas, we're always happy to see our countrywomen stand up and make a difference in society in their own way. In recent months, the world has seen one woman step up and represent Pinays in a positive light: Miss
It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so do your part and find out everything you can about this disease. We help you by sharing a few more facts that could save your life.
We shared with you ten facts you should know about breast cancer in our Breast Cancer Awareness feature, but we feel you need to know these additional vital info:1. It rarely strikes in your 20s.Less than five percent of all
We're all at risk of this disease, but early detection could save your life. If you notice any of these signs, bring them to your gyne's attention ASAP.
1. A lump in one breast.A mass that is smooth and moveable under the skin is likely to be a fluid-filled cyst. If it feels solid, it's probably a fibroadenoma, a benign growth. However, either could also be a
We challenge all Cosmo chicks to join the fight against this dreaded disease plaguing women everywhere. Learn more about it, so you can do more.
Breast Cancer: The Facts1. According to The American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cause of cancer in women, excluding skin cancer. Worldwide, approximately 1.3 million cases of breast cancer will be detected each year. The chance of a
Here's the perfect excuse to get a new limited edition pair of Levi's jeans: you get to help support breast cancer awareness.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and as Cosmo chicks, it is our responsibility to do our part in helping fight this dreaded disease plaguing women all over the world. And it doesn't even have to be anything complicated or utterly
For a last hurrah for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Iza Calzado shares her insights on preventing the disease.
Through knowledge and prevention, that's how. All women are at risk when it comes to breast cancer. We should know by now that anyone can be a victim of this disease: mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends. The disease is in fact
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