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Exercising regularly is one way to help reduce your #BreastCancer risk. Repin and set aside some time to move today! #BringYourBrave
What Can I Do to Reduce My Risk of Breast Cancer?
Some risk factors for breast cancer can’t be changed, such as family history. But there are lifestyle changes young women can make to lower their risk. Re-pin to share these 5 tips. #BringYourBrave #BreastCancerAwareness
Look out for these 12 signs of ovarian cancer [Infographic] ~ Known as the "silent killer," ovarian cancer is one of the least talked about cancers — yet it is the fifth most common cancer in women. Many don't realize that there are warning signs to watch for, which could be easily disregarded or mistaken as something else.
Cote de Pablo for Inside Knowledge PSA (:60) Version A
Actress Cote de Pablo talks about her own cervical cancer scare and shares advice for other women. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our ...
Getting to the Heart of Heart Attacks in Women
Heart disease kills more women and men in the U.S. than anything else, but women are subject to a number of specific risks that increase their likelihood of cardiovascular disease.
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Protein For Women: How Much Do You Need?
There are a dizzying number purported health tips out there for women, and many of them are useless. Let's review the hot topic of protein for women.
General “Take Action” Infographic | Bring Your Brave Campaign
Knowing your family history of cancer and being proactive about your health may help you lower your risk for breast cancer. Repin and help spread the word. #BringYourBrave
Bring Your Brave Campaign
#BringYourBrave shares three steps you can take to understand your breast and ovarian cancer risk. Repin to share with your friends and loved ones. #BreastCancer #BreastCancerAwareness