Breast Cancer

Read latest information and health articles on Breast cancer. Learn more about early symptoms of breast cancer, breast cancer detection methods, support resources, making decisions about treatments and staying well.

Olivia Newton-John Faces New Breast Cancer Diagnosis with Complementary Therapy
Superstar singer Olivia Newton-John—best remembered for her role in the hit movie Grease—has been forced to postpone tour dates this summer because of some bad health news. But what she’s doing about it could inspire you, if you’re struggling... Read More
Breast Cancer: A Glass of Wine per Day May Increase Your Risk
Just when you thought having a glass of wine every day was safe and healthy, a recent report from the World Cancer Research Fund has found that women who drink as little as a half-glass of wine per day—about 10 grams of alcohol—could increase th... Read More
Can Stage 4 Breast Cancer Be Beat?
Did you know that in the U.S., approximately one in eight women will develop breast cancer at some point in their lives? This year alone, an estimated 231,840 cases of invasive breast cancer and over 60,000 cases of non-invasive breast cancer are exp... Read More
Is Sunlight the #1 Breast Cancer Killer?
It has been an extremely cold winter, though I doubt I even need to tell many of you. Many East Coasters are doing everything they can to keep warm, wearing many layers of clothing every time they head outdoors. In comparison, the West Coast sun is b... Read More
Four Ways to Decrease Breast Cancer Risk Naturally
October was National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign that increases awareness of breast cancer, which affects approximately one in eight women in the U.S. According to the American Cancer Society, there have been an estimated 232,57... Read More
The Best Stress Reliever for Cancer Patients
The world can definitely be a stressful place. Society praises the busy lifestyle of multitasking and tight deadlines. I understand the philosophy that “you can’t achieve success without hard work.” It took a lot of hard work to get where I am ... Read More
Cancer and Cholesterol: Is There a Connection?
High cholesterol in the blood has been previously linked to a number of well-known diseases, including stroke, obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and dementia. But were you aware that high cholesterol levels are also associated with a greater risk of ... Read More
Two Vitamins to Help Prevent Breast Cancer
It seems as if breast cancer is a tricky disease to treat and prevent. Researchers at Columbia University in New York have discovered that breast cancer patients taking antioxidants have an increased or decreased risk of recurrent cancer depending on... Read More
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