About 1 in every 8 women, will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Let me repeat that, 1 in 8! Since October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we thought we would showcase some delicious superfoods to add to your diet. What do you say, shall we find out what they are?
Cervical cancer is third most common cancer in the world and it kills nearly 200,000 women a year. January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and even though we’re reducing the number of new diagnoses in the U.S. by nearly 2% a year, cervical cancer is still a very scary and very deadly disease. We can do our part to help keep all cancers at bay by avoiding cigarettes, exercising regularly, getting regular physicals, and eating the right foods. And as part of that, I urge you to stock up on a few of my favorite cancer-fighting foods.
At 36 years old, I was feeling confident and very wise. My boys were 12 and 15, in good health and very active. My incredibly supportive husband was hard at work as usual. Then, all at once, during an annual female exam everything changed. Smiles and light hearted jokes from clinic staff turned into tear filled eyes and sober expressions. As I was escorted towards the nurse counselor’s office, I realized that nothing about this exam was standard any longer.
Not sure if you heard, but Suzanne Somers is back and better than ever! She has a new book out called “Sexy Forever—How to Fight Fat After Forty,” she just did an AH Radio segment with our own Marty Flanagan, and she’ll be appearing on Dateline NBC on Sunday night with Dr. Nancy Snyderman, chief medical editor for NBC News, talking about alternative cancer treatments.
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