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Hepatitis Awareness Without Action Equals Death

Hepatitis Awareness Month is observed the entire month of May. Unlike HIV or breast cancer, hepatitis B and C are the awkward diseases that comedians joke about, but few understand the seriousness of these problems. Viral hepatitis desperately...Show More Summary

From the Heart

February is Heart Disease Awareness Month Most women are obsessed about breast cancer. And it's true one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. But what should really concern women is that heart disease accounts for one in three deaths in women. Show More Summary

Pro-Breastfeeding Ads Come With Produce-Style Freshness Stickers for Your Boobs (NSFW)

4 months agoMarketing / Advertising : AdFreak

Breasts and supermarket produce go well together in advertising lately. A few month ago, we saw melons in a grocery store made up to look like breasts for a breast cancer awareness campaign. Now, we've got the opposite—produce-style freshness stickers that new moms can attach to their boobs as part of a pro-breastfeeding campaign. Show More Summary

Time to Get to the Real Work of Ending Breast Cancer

This past October, the National Breast Cancer Coalition highlighted our longtime theme of "action, not awareness" during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and challenged everyone to take the actions needed to help end breast cancer. To be frank, I am not a fan of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Show More Summary

Breastfeeding Reduces The Risk Of Having Breast Cancer, Study Finds

Science Daily recently published an article during Breast Cancer Awareness Month regarding the association between breastfeeding and a reduced risk... The post Breastfeeding Reduces The Risk Of Having Breast Cancer, Study Finds appeared first on Lifehack.

Marc Hurlbert is a man on a mission to save lives

The pink-tinted month of October was a fitting, if hectic, time for Marc Hurlbert to begin his job as chief mission officer for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. As Breast Cancer Awareness... To view the full story, click the title link.

Grocery Chain Reminds Shoppers to Check Their Melons in Cheeky Breast Cancer Stunt

6 months agoMarketing / Advertising : AdFreak

October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but that doesn't mean refraining from making breast puns until next fall. Up in Canada, the Nesters Market grocery chain is giving its melons a makeover this week to remind women to check themselves for breast cancer. Show More Summary

The NFL Fined A Player $5,000 For Wearing These Patriotic Shoes

7 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Roughly one month after fining a player for wearing eye black that honored his late father and refusing to let a player wear pink to raise awareness for breast cancer, the NFL has disciplined Carolina Panther Josh Norman for … being too proud of his country? NFL fined Josh Norman $5,000 for wearing his red white and blue cleats last weekend. Show More Summary

I Had an Abortion at Planned Parenthood and Then Got Breast Cancer, But They Ignore the Link

Pink ribbons everywhere—we saw it only weeks ago when Breast Cancer Awareness Month concluded. It’s an eye-catching symbol, particularly for cancer survivors. A recent research study should also make us take notice, stating that: “Between 1970 and 2014, the probability of U.S. women contracting breast cancer has more than quadrupled.” Yet in the fight to […]

Women at Risk: Abortion and Breast Cancer Linked

Pink ribbons everywhere—we saw it only weeks ago when Breast Cancer Awareness Month concluded. It's an eye-catching symbol, particularly for cancer survivors.

DeAngelo Williams’s daughters crushed the NFL

7 months agoSports : The Early Lead

The NFL won’t allow DeAngelo Williams to honor his late mother and raise breast cancer awareness by wearing pink in violation of its uniform rules beyond the month of October, but Roger Goodell can’t take his little girls’ lunch money for wearing it. Williams is left to dye his hair pink (which is allowed), but his […]

DeAngelo Williams’ Daughters Tell NFL They Can’t Be Fined For Wearing Pink (Pic)

7 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

After it was ruled that DeAngelo Williams isn’t allowed to wear pink outside of Breast Cancer Awareness month, which was October, his daughters are making it clear that the NFL can’t prevent them from doing so. NFL declined DeAngelo Williams' request to wear pink beyond October, but his daughters having none of it. — […]

DeAngelo Williams' daughters dare to wear pink: 'The NFL cannot fine us!'

The NFL does not allow its players to wear pink gear outside of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which ended Saturday, and the league fined (...)

CA: Pink Bus to Promote Breast Cancer Awareness

Oct. 30--STOCKTON -- Don't be surprised if you see a pink bus traversing the streets of Stockton over the next 12 months. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and San Joaquin Regional Transit District on Thursday unveiled its new Pink

It’s time to rethink pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

“Isn’t she … isn’t she pretty in pink?” – Psychedelic Furs, Pretty in Pink October in New England. The sky is a brilliant blue, the leaves on the trees are turning impossible shades of orange, yellow, and red. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so in addition to the brilliant fall colors all around, people […]

A Growing Disenchantment With October ‘Pinkification’

7 months agoHealth : NYTimes: Health

Some women with cancer and others question the worth of all that pink merchandise for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. More than awareness, they say, they want action.

Fines for NFL players who wear tributes to dead relatives are unfortunate, but necessary

It is October, which means the NFL is in the midst of its annual pink campaign to raise awareness for breast cancer. This is also the month when we see another growing NFL tradition. Players come up with their own personal ways to raise awareness for something or to honor somebody, they wear that tribute on the field, and the NFL fines them for it. Show More Summary

A Month to Remember - Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Most of us have been touched in some way by breast cancer, the number one cause of cancer deaths in women worldwide. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a time to reflect on the special women in our lives who died too soon, many leaving behind devastated families. Show More Summary

A month to remember - Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Co-authors: Dr Flavia Bustreo Assistant Director-General (ADG), Family, Women's and Children'sand Dr Oleg Chestnov, ADG Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health Most of us have been touched in some way by breast cancer, the number one cause of cancer deaths in women worldwide. Show More Summary

Football Is Great. The NFL Is Evil.

7 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Bossip

We have three days left for the NFL to do that thing where it pretends it respects women – they’re in the middle of Breast Cancer Awareness Month where a small percentage of their breast cancer merch goes to actual

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