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NFL's Breast Cancer Fight Is Way More Than Pink Uniforms

Post by Jeanne Sager On every NFL game on every channel, it seems, there's someone sporting pink. Pink gloves. Pink cleats. It's all for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, of course, but it's more than that. It's part of a league-wide push to make the women who make up nearly half of professional football's fan base feel appreciated. Show More Summary

'Fractured' Penises Need an Awareness Campaign

Post by Lindsay Mannering If October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, do you think November should be dedicated to Penis Fracture Awareness? Because apparently it's happening and no one is really talking about it. Tens of men breakShow More Summary

Jennifer Aniston Begins Breast Cancer Awareness Month With a New Career (VIDEO)

Post by Maressa Brown Jennifer Aniston will never be known only as "that TV actress who played Rachel on Friends," thanks to the various roles she's taken on, especially in recent years. She's done big screen dramas, produced, been a...Show More Summary

The Best Ways to Support Those With Breast Cancer

Post by Jeanne Sager Breast Cancer Awareness Month is as good a time as any to remember that in a world where one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their life, it's safe to say you'll know one of these ladies one day. Show More Summary

4 Surprising Facts All Women Should Know About Breast Cancer

Post by Maressa Brown Every October, or Breast Cancer Awareness Month as it's known, the little pink ribbons come out in droves. We get inundated with info about BSEs (breast self-exams), annual mammos, and all the latest technology out there for breast cancer prevention. Show More Summary

Flash Mob Shuts Down Town to Help Mom Beat Breast Cancer (VIDEO)

Post by Jeanne Sager Breast Cancer Awareness Month has always seemed like one of those bittersweet sort of celebrations. We're trying to raise awareness about a serious disease. But all too often that means getting so caught up in the...Show More Summary

6 Biggest Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

Post by Maressa Brown Breast Cancer Awareness Month definitely opens our eyes to all the different ways women are preventing, coping with, and treating the disease. But that doesn't mean that plenty of urban legends, exaggerations, and...Show More Summary

Paltalk raises more than $20K to fight breast cancer

The sale during October, which was Breast Cancer Awareness month, of pink nics has paid off. More than $22,000 was raised for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation on Paltalk. Money came from members from around the world. The countries leading in contributions were the United States, the United Kingdom, Vietnam and Jordan. Paltalk CEO and […]

WWE Raises $1.5 Million For Susan G. Komen Foundation For Breast Cancer Awareness During Month Of October

WWE, in its third year partnering with the Susan G. Komen Foundation for breast cancer awareness, raised $1.5 million during the month of October, foundation head Nancy Brinker said on twitter. Pwinsider.com reports that she thanked WWE for their continued commitment to raising awareness for breast cancer. Show More Summary

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Lung cancer accounts for more annual deaths than colon, breast, and prostate cancers combined. It is the number one cancer killer of women. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2014, approximately 224,110 new cases of lung cancer will be diagnosed in the United States, and over 155,000 will die from this disease. Show More Summary

Why women need more science with their breast cancer survival stories

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

October was National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Football players took to the field in splashes of pink, and women's magazines featured celebrity survivors such as Suzanne Somers and Sheryl Crow, smiling alongside headlines attributing breast cancer survival to an upbeat attitude, personal...

Breast Cancer - After October

Now that Breast Cancer Awareness Month is over and all things pink have been put away for another year, many people will forget all about breast cancer until next October unless they are personally touched by it. After all, who wants...Show More Summary

The Healing Power of Tattoos to Breast Cancer Survivors

October signifies Breast Cancer Awareness month, bringing a powerful annual reminder for women everywhere to pause their daily life and bring health to the forefront by scheduling a yearly mammogram. Along with this, Breast Cancer Awareness month is a time to remember friends and family who courageously lost their ordeal with breast cancer. Show More Summary

What Do Breast Cancer and Halloween Have in Common?

Well, to point out the obvious, we are aware of them both in October. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month AND, October is Halloween. Both happen every year. What do these two things have in common? On the lighthearted side: They...Show More Summary

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Spotlight: Barbara Bates Foundation

Chicago fashion designer, philanthropist and breast cancer survivor has funded over $100,000 for breast cancer educationBy Sandra Davis, Contributor CHICAGO, IL— Barbara Bates, a Chicago-based fashion designer, has dressed many of the city’s notables, including Michael Jordan, Oprah Winfrey and Steve Harvey. Show More Summary

Breast Cancer Needs to Receive More Attention Outside the U.S.

During the month of October, the United States takes on a pink tinge -- from magazines to college sororities to the NFL, it's clear that there is little need to worry about breast cancer awareness. Thanks to the efforts of multiple organizations, public knowledge of the disease, which affects 1 in 8 American women, is at a high. Show More Summary

Breast Cancer Needs to Receive More Attention Outside the U.S.

During the month of October, the United States takes on a pink tinge -- from magazines to college sororities to the NFL, it's clear that there is little need to worry about breast cancer awareness. Thanks to the efforts of multiple organizations, public knowledge of the disease, which affects 1 in 8 American women, is at a high. Show More Summary

Naturally, Hooters Shows Its Support For Breast Cancer Awareness With Pink Ribbon Boobs

2 months agoLifestyle / Parenting : Mommyish

October is coming to a close, folks, and therefore Breast Cancer Awareness Month is, too. After click on a link to Hooters I was greeted with the iconic pink ribbon of breast cancer awareness–in the Hooters logo. You know, where theShow More Summary

Continuing the Conversation About Breast Cancer Within Saudi Arabia

As we near the end of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, there are some universal truths we can take away from the stories of hope, loss and survival we've all heard and shared. We know this disease respects no border, no age, no race, and increasingly no gender. Show More Summary

Continuing the Conversation About Breast Cancer Within Saudi Arabia

As we near the end of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, there are some universal truths we can take away from the stories of hope, loss and survival we've all heard and shared. We know this disease respects no border, no age, no race, and increasingly no gender. Show More Summary

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