Cut Your Cancer Risk – One Bite at a Time!

Change the way you eat and you could reduce your risk of becoming a cancer statistic. Eating fruits, vegetables and fiber protects healthy cells from cancer-causing free radicals and keeps weight in check. Fruits and veggies build up your immune system with cancer-fighting antioxidants. Fiber keeps food from lingering in the intestines where it can… [Continue Reading]


Breast Cancer and Exercise

You don’t have to start running triathlons or training for a boxing match to reduce your risk of breast cancer. Doing regular exercise will cut down your risk of developing the disease, as well as preventing its return, if you’re a survivor. Let’s see how exercise reduces your risk of breast cancer and gives you… [Continue Reading]

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b fore pink: Third Annual Breast Cancer Golf Tournament

Join us Sept. 19th  for the third annual b fore pink Golf Tournament, to help fund the Women’s Breast Health Initiative, FL Affliate’s (WBHI) efforts to reduce the incidence of undetected and untreated breast cancer.   Friday, September 19, 2014   Don Shula’s Golf Club 7601 Miami Lakes Dr. Miami Lakes, FL 33014   10:30 am –… [Continue Reading]


Overall Health May Be Key to Beating Breast Cancer

Poorer wellbeing linked to a 65% raised risk of death from any cause in study patients Poor overall health seems to be associated with worse outcomes for breast cancer survivors, according to the results of a new study. Researchers analyzed data from almost 9,400 early stage breast cancer survivors participating in the After Breast Cancer… [Continue Reading]

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One in Eight

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. That’s what the B4Pink movement is all about. The National Cancer Institute breaks down the statistics: The National Cancer Institute, a component of the National Institutes of Health, estimates that, based on current rates, 12.2 percent of women born today will be… [Continue Reading]

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