Angenette Monroe received a mastectomy as part of her cancer treatment plan. She never expected her treatment would prevent her from enjoying life - but it did. Angenette’s treatment stopped her from running and traveling, as well as visiting her grandchildren. She turned to [...]
Osteoporosis is not just a women’s disease,so men listen up! Men experience about half as many osteoporotic fractures as women, but when a man breaks a hip, the injury is much more severe. Dr. Sundeep Khosla, an endocrinologist [...]
Hearing that your mammogram result is abnormal is not something you want to hear. But experts say that being called back for a second opinion is actually quite common for people under 50 after initially receiving a false positive result. Dr. Sandhya Pruthi, consultant [...]
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Mayo Clinic is here to arm you with resources so that you (and your breasts) are covered! Here are 3 things you can do to increase your breast cancer knowledge:
After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women in the US. But early detection really makes a difference. Make sure to get regular exams and in between, learn how to conduct self-breast exams and get up close and personal with your boobs.
When faced with a possible cancer diagnosis, it can be overwhelming for a number of reasons. It’s hard to understand everything that’s happening, or even keep track of all the people on your care team. One of those behind-the-scenes people is your pathologistwho analyzes the tissue [...]
We know it’s another thing to add to your to-do list, but getting regular mammograms after 40 could save your life.
Make it a party! Schedule yours today and invite your favorite ladies to join you.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Berta Lippert, Mayo Clinic certified wellness coach, shares tips for a healthy wellness plan for cancer survivors after treatment. What’s great is that the recommendations aren’t any different for anyone who wants to improve his or her health.
By Tameka Davis • October 26, 2015
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