Researchers say that exercise is the most vital lifestyle change to help decrease the risk of breast cancer recurrence.
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Some breast cancers that cluster in families are associated with inherited mutations in certain genes, such as BRCA1 or BRCA2. Should you be tested?
Women who skip mammograms for fear of the findings may miss early detection of breast cancer.
Researchers have found more about soy and breast cancer making it important for women to know when eating soy could be beneficial and when it could harm.
Increasing your intake of certain herbs and vegetables could help reduce the risk of metastasis from Triple-Negative Breast Cancer.
Researchers have found that women who have a greater number of social connections have a higher rate of survival from breast cancer.
Choosing a healthful diet is very important to reduce your risk of many types of cancer, but choosing a food solely based on its glycemic index is not necessarily a good idea.
Pink is everywhere! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and today we bring awareness to the steps you can take to reduce your risk of developing the disease.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The news highlights one victim, Michelle Waddey, who got breast cancer from a deliberate explosion.
Teenagers, in general, are not especially known for their healthy eating habits, but here is one piece of advice you should gently encourage for your daughter – Eat more fruit.
Improving your diet now is very important for preventing a deadly form of breast cancer, a new study has shown.
The chance of getting breast cancer in one’s lifetime is 1 in 8 with about 15% of woman under the age of 45 being diagnosed. There has been a lot of debate over the efficacy of thermograms versus mammograms, but today there is more research on diagnostic tools. What must be understood are the differences between the two tests.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, report that shampoo and body lotion ingredients known as parabens may be linked to breast cancer. Although previous studies had looked at the impact of parabens alone, it now appears these chemical preservatives interact with other bodily changes, which makes them more dangerous.
The battle faced by Chrissy Turner, the eight-year-old girl from Utah who was recently diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer, has captured the attention of people and may have especially concerned mothers and fathers around the world. What should parents know about this extremely uncommon form of breast cancer?
October is breast cancer awareness month and many women are wondering if there is anything they can do to lower their risk of breast cancer, especially since that risk is 1 in 8.
Can someone explain why is the cost of a mammogram so widely different in the United States for breast cancer screening?
Detecting breast cancer signs when the disease is in its early stage is a breakthrough in its management. How can it be detected at a very early stage? Jane Greg reports for eMaxHealth.
A study conducted only in the laboratory suggests taking an aspirin a day might help prevent breast and other types of cancer. Researchers for the study that appears in the July 2015 issue of Laboratory Investigation say aspirin appears to have the ability to block cancer stem cells from reproducing.
Researchers have discovered they can predict who will develop breast cancer years into the future by looking at blood test samples using a food science method. The scientists say the results of their investigation could mean a paradigm shift in the way breast cancer is diagnosed.
A new survey has found that, although a third of breast cancer patients are concerned about their genetic risk of developing other cancers, nearly half are not discussing testing with their doctor.
Black and Hispanic women with breast cancer are less likely than white women to be actively involved in their care, according to a new survey.
Women who have a family history of prostate cancer are at greater risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new study.
Research learns how obesity connects to different cancer types and especially to breast cancer in African American and Hispanic women.