Posts Tagged ‘breast cancer’

 

Are You Putting This Breast Cancer-Causing Chemical on Your Body?

Posted on June 8th, 2012 by author  |  10 Comments »

Using antiperspirants and deodorants is part of most people’s personal hygiene routine. But, watch out — dangerous chemicals like parabens and aluminum may be lurking in these personal care products. According to research reviewed in a Journal of Applied Toxicology editorial, high concentrations of potentially carcinogenic parabens were found in the upper quadrants of the […]

 
 

This Simple Technique May Help You Beat Breast Cancer

Posted on April 27th, 2012 by author  |  1 Comment »

Women diagnosed with breast cancer are encouraged to implement natural lifestyle changes to help improve their chances of recovery. One simple but efficient strategy is to start a regular exercise program. According to a new study, breast cancer patients who started exercising regularly after six months of diagnosis have lowered their chances of dying by […]

 
 

Exercise May Help You Avoid Breast Cancer

Posted on February 24th, 2012 by author  |  2 Comments »

Here’s a scary fact: at least one in eight women in the United States is now at risk of developing breast cancer in her lifetime. (link) Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer today, but the good news is that there is a simple activity that can help you avoid this […]

 
 

The Alarming Truth About Calcium Supplements

Posted on February 20th, 2012 by author  |  4 Comments »

Many people take a calcium supplement because they believe that large doses of this mineral help “build” bones and protect against osteoporosis and bone fractures. Taking a calcium supplement may increase bone density, but did you know that this does not necessarily mean that your bones will be optimally healthy? What’s worse, some calcium supplements […]

 
 

Thermography: The Safe and Effective Breast Cancer Prevention Tool

Posted on October 23rd, 2009 by admin  |  12 Comments »

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women, who have a one in eight chance of developing this disease during their lifetime. It is the most common cancer among American women but fortunately, the death rate is gradually decreasing due to modern early detection and intervention technology. Many doctors recommend that […]