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Is Your Diet Doing Damage to Your Breasts?

Here's another reason you should think twice before ordering that burger-and-fries combo.

Tomatoes May Protect Postmenopausal Women from Breast Cancer

Proteins and other compounds found in tomatoes may help regulate hormone levels, fatty acids, and glucose in older women.

Exercise May Help Lessen Joint Pain in Breast Cancer Patients

Regular physical activity like strength training and aerobics may go a long way.

Glenda Garcia a Source of Inspiration as She Battles Cancer

The actress maintains a positive outlook despite being diagnosed with Stage 0 breast cancer.

A High-Cholesterol Diet May Lead to Breast Cancer, Says Study

Metabolized cholesterol releases a by-product that may act as fuel for tumor growth.

A High-Fat Diet during Puberty May Increase Breast Cancer Risk

Avoiding fatty meals during your younger years may save you from aggressive forms of cancer.

A Combination of Organic Compounds May Kill Breast Cancer Cells

Researchers reveal that six compounds from different fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices may suppress breast cancer cells with no toxic side effects.

5 Reasons to Breast-Feed: An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Miriam Labbok

FN talks to an internationally renowned lactation scientist to give you the lowdown on the advantages of breast-feeding.

Vitamin Supplements May Help Fight Invasive Breast Cancer

Recent research has revealed that regular intake of vitamin supplements may reduce the mortality risk of older women with invasive breast cancer by 30 percent.

Breast Cancer in Numbers

Know your facts and figures so you can protect yourself better.

Pink of Health: Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Here's a quick rundown of what's happening for breast cancer awareness this month.

Moderate Exercise May Lower Breast Cancer Risk in Older Women

You don't need a gym membership to keep yourself in good shape. Research shows that walking alone may have unexpected health benefits.
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