Protect the Boobs

October 12, 2016 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week, Nutrition | by

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Like most cancers, early detection and treatment are the most important for beating this disease. How is Breast Cancer Caused? “Cancer grows when a cell’s DNA is damaged, but why or how that DNA becomes damaged is still unknown. It could be genetic or environmental, or in most cases,..

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 5, 2016 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week, Nutrition | by

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. You may have noticed more pink than normal, even NFL players are wearing pink shoes and gloves. The idea is to remind women how important it is do monthly self-exams. Breast cancer is usually treatable when detected early. The 5-year survival rate is 98%.  (earlydetectionplan.org) There are many ways..

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 5, 2015 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week, Nutrition | by

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. You may have noticed more pink than normal, even NFL players are wearing pink shoes and gloves. The idea is to remind women how important it is do monthly self-exams. Breast cancer is usually treatable when detected early. The 5-year survival rate is 98%.  (earlydetectionplan.org) There are many ways..

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Breast Cancer Awareness & Risk Factors

October 8, 2014 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week, Nutrition | by

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Like most cancers, early detection and treatment are the most important for beating this disease. How is Breast Cancer Caused? “Cancer grows when a cell’s DNA is damaged, but why or how that DNA becomes damaged is still unknown. It could be genetic or environmental, or in most cases,..

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How to Lower Your Risk of Cancer

June 21, 2012 | posted in: Exercise, Fitness Tip of the Week, Nutrition | by

According to the American Cancer Society, one out of two men and one out of three women develop cancer in their lifetime. The American Cancer Society also estimates that a third of the 571,950 cancer deaths that occurred in 2011 would never have happened if no one smoked. Another third could have been prevented with..

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