Beauty Tips for Breast Cancer Survivors

October 28, 2017

Loading… It’s not only about Breast Cancer awareness this month, we’d also like to shed a light on Breast Cancer Survivors, and how they can overcome some of the obstacles they might face once they’ve had their share of chemotherapy. Every woman out there can truly change the way she looks at life if she feels comfortable in her own skin and looks good. So with that, let’s get into…

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Nine(9) Things You Can Do During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 28, 2017

Loading… November is widely known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s the time to go pink and make a difference. That’s why I’ll share with you nine things you can do during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. From planning a fundraising event to donating your hair, there’s so much you can do to help educate women about the importance of breast cancer prevention and detection. So read along, and let us know what’s…

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Women!!!! The Disease You Should Beware Off And How to Prevent It

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October 20, 2017

Loading… The World Health Organization released a massive ‘Global Burden of Disease‘ report yesterday, charting the world’s leading causes of death and the most common health problems, as well as people’s biggest disease and disability risk factors in 50 individual countries. Here’s more information on the overall findings. We’re going to focus now on what the report says about the health of 20- to 45-year-old women in North America. I used this interactive tool from the Institute for Health…

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Ten(10) Sneaky Symptoms Of Bladder Cancer That Every Woman Needs To Know

September 2, 2017

Loading… Bladder cancer is pretty much undermined and overshadowed by cancers like skin, lung, prostate, breast, and ovarian cancer.  This is partially understandable, given that bladder cancer makes as little as 5 percent of all cancers in the U.S, compared to breast cancer which makes up 12 percent of cancer diagnosis. In addition, 40-50 percent of those over the age of 65 have skin cancer and 1 in 4 Americans…

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