If you want to support a women’s health cause, it’s easy. You can wear pink in October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, participate in Race for the Cure, or join a fun run for ovarian cancer. But for men, there’s pretty much only one option: not shaving for the month of November, otherwise known as Movember. Show More Summary
Andrea Tantaros at Fox News' The Five was not pleased about the NFL's October Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign (nevermind that it ended over a month ago) — not because it was a total sham, but because it made football too girly. Read more...
One of the best ways to induce the masses to become aware of bad diseases and cancers is to assign it a seemingly arbitrary concept and market the hell out of it. There’s pink ribbons for breast cancer month, which … More » The post 14 Reasons Why You Should Support Prostate Cancer Awareness Month During Movember appeared first on EveryJoe.
When Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach agreed to undergo a mammogram on-air last month as part of the show's promotion of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she did it for the benefit of viewers with little thought to her own health. But as it turns out, the procedure may just have saved her life. Read more...
Last month, ABC News Amy Robach had a televised mammogram Good Morning America to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Although she was initially reluctant, she agreed after GMA's Robin Roberts, a breast cancer survivor herself, told her, "If one life is saved because of early detection, it's all worth it." Read more...
ABC’s Amy Robach had a mammogram on national TV last month to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the publicity stunt may have in fact saved her life. Today on Good Morning America, the anchor announced that she has breast cancer, and she will undergo a double mastectomy Thursday. Show More Summary
Amy Robach agreed to a mammogram screening last month as part of a viewer awareness segment on Good Morning America. And she's fortunate she did: In an interview with Robin Roberts today, the reporter opened up about being diagnosedShow More Summary
October is over and another Breast Cancer Awareness Month has generated billions of dollars for companies and a lot of controversy among communities across the United States. Despite the success of awareness campaigns -- after all, who is not aware of breast cancer? We still have an epidemic on our hands. Show More Summary
Post by Maressa Brown. Breast Cancer Awareness Month may technically be over, but we all know raising awareness and funds for the cause is 24/7/365 effort. One man who knows that very well is entrepreneur and reality TV star Bill Rancic,...Show More Summary
Wendy Thomas, New Hampshire-based journalist and thrift maven, made this adorably amusing batch of sandwich cookies, called Mammo-grahams, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and because, “as a writer, I can appreciate a really good play on words and this was one.” We can’t help but agree. Thanks to Geyser of Awesome friend Una Feral for sharing these sweet treats with us.
October draws to an end, leaving in its wake much of the pink residue of Breast Cancer Awareness Month – but not all. Research goes on – and amazing people continue to pursue their aim of raising money for the various cancer centres, charities or support groups who are working to find causes, treatments or [...]
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, has come to an end, and with it ends the NFL's "Crucial Catch Campaign" where players and referees wear pink paraphernalia to urge women to take part in annual screenings. The perception is that the NFL goes pink to make women aware of breast cancer. Show More Summary
Seventy-five students at a Maryland high school were suspended for wearing pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Friendly High School's principal had cancelled the school's annual "Pink Out," saying the event violated the school's uniform policy and would cause security concerns, but students wore pink anyway. Show More Summary
12-Year-Old Fashion Designer Debuts Latest Designs For Breast Cancer Awareness Month Breast Cancer Awareness month is coming to a close and what better way to raise money for the cause than with a “girls night out?” The on-line shopping gurus
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October is breast cancer awareness month in the U.S. Pink ribbons, 5k races, and educational events mark the campaign to educate the public about the disease and push for more research to find a cure. We hold fundraisers and portray survivors as heroes and positive role models. A number of sociologists and other academics have […]
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Move over, Jesse, it looks like Walter White is real PINKMAN here! Is the lung cancer patient showing support for Breast Cancer Awareness month? Probably not, as you can tell from the non-hairstyle that these pictures of actor Bryan Cranston were taken some time ago. Show More Summary
A Greek marketing group has created the first "Tweeting Bra" as part of a campaign from Nestle Fitness for October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The social networking bra utilizes a special mechanism hidden under the hook of the bra. Show More Summary
A bestselling author, screenwriter, and cancer survivor offers a filmography for all types of survivors during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During times of sorrow, there are certain films that always help us to escape, at least for about ninety minutes. Sometimes movies really are the best medicine. Show More Summary