Genetic Risk of Breast Cancer Can be Significantly Lowered By Maintaining Healthy Lifestyle, Study Says
May 27, 2016 Women with family history of breast cancer or common gene variants linked to the disease can cut their risk of developing it if they maintain a healthy lifestyle, an extensive study published in JAMA oncology reported.
Shampoos, Body Lotions, Sunscreen and Other Personal Care Products Found to Contain Cancer-Causing Agent
Oct 28, 2015 A team of researchers has discovered a chemical additive commonly found in cosmetic and personal care products such as shampoo and body lotion that can increase the risk of breast cancer development. The findings of the researchers were detailed in a report published on October 27 in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
Cases of Breast Cancer Among Men on the Rise
Oct 09, 2015 Medical experts warned that the number of breast cancer cases among males is consistently increasing in the U.S. Although instances of this disease affecting men are still considered rare, it should still be considered as a serious health issue.
This Breast Cancer 'Selfie' Might Help Save Your Life
May 20, 2015 Breast cancer has been consistently named as one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths among women. Most of the time, this condition is not diagnosed immediately since women barely notice the subtle changes in their bodies that could have led to early detection of the disease. While busy schedules and hectic workloads are common reasons behind missing out on these symptoms, monitoring one's health must always top a woman's list of priorities.