Increasing vitamin D3 & avoiding birth control drugs can also block breast cancer
As folksinger Melissa Etheridge recently said when asked about actress Angelina Jolie’s decision to have both of her healthy breasts amputated, “I wouldn’t call it the brave … Read more >
Still pooh-poohing those friends or mothers who keep saying… stop microwaving food in any kind of plastic container.
If you still put plastic containers in your dishwasher and say, What the heck!
Those are two silly things to do if … Read more >
Increasing numbers of younger American women were diagnosed with invasive breast cancer during the past eight years. According to American Cancer Society statistics, pre-menopausal women (under age 54) had a 41% increase in invasive breast cancer from 2002 to 2010. … Read more >
In 2009, about 62,520 women of childbearing age in the United States were diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. This is a whopping 41% increase from 2001, when approximately 44, 300 women of childbearing age were reportedly diagnosed with the disease, … Read more >
Recent research out of Seattle shows a disturbingly strong link between young women (40 years and younger) who used oral contraceptives and their tendency to develop triple negative breast cancer, a rapidly growing estrogen-negative type of the disease.
Among women … Read more >
Dec 23, 2009
The number of women in the United States newly diagnosed with invasive breast cancer is rising by 1% each year. It is with sadness therefore, that I learned today that Teresa Heinz Kerry is now a part … Read more >
May 25, 2009
\In my May 29th Honest Health column on the need to ban rBGH and other growth hormones from our food supply www.gloucestertimes.com I describe known links between drinking milk from cows treated with rBGH and eating … Read more >
February 9, 2009
Each month, the Collaborative on Health and the Environment or CHE, sponsors a conference call for members. As the director of Know Breast Cancer, I am able to stay up- to -date on new research that continues … Read more >
February 1, 2009
Do you know that much of our tap water and well water is polluted with animal and human estrogen and other hormones… thanks to millions of women using contraceptive drugs, estrogen replacement drugs and fertility pills?
Thanks … Read more >