So, what WOULD happen if Linda shucked off her jeans, clogs and spaghetti-strap tank top and put on a strapless Lily Pulitzer dress and a pair of strappy sandals and headed out on a date? My best guess? It wouldn't turn out well.
Something told me that until I found a way to talk to my kids about cancer, the disease might divide us.
Growing up, I was blessed to have an encouraging dad along with male teachers and bosses who took the time to invest in me.
My daughter is only turning 5 years old this year and the thought of not being there for her as she grows up into a young girl, teenager, young adult and a lady breaks my heart into pieces. Nothing scares me more.
A new drug called T-DM1 appears to be relatively effective and safe for women with metastatic, Her2+ breast cancer, in itself and as compared to the standard XL regimen.
Hope is a four letter word. It is the enemy of the newly broken-hearted.
In the new documentary, Pink Ribbons, Inc, producer Ravida Din and director Léa Pool look at how the activism surrounding a pressing women's issue was co-opted by corporations and diverted into high-profile, soft-focused fund raising activities.
Fifty percent of women put off getting medical care because of economic factors. One third of women pay their medical bills by trimming back on basic needs such as food. Understanding what the ACA offers gives women a window into what will transpire if it is defeated.
Breast cancer is one of the most common non-skin cancers, and is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths of U.S. women.
"I love you. Was just thinking how hard my fight has been and how tired I am... But then I thought about you and it gives me a shot of will power to keep going."
by Rachel Lincoln Sarnoff Executive Director & CEO Healthy Child Healthy World www.healthychild.org TIME raised a ruckus recently with a profile of "...
A large percentage of women are not informed about breast reconstruction during the surgical decision-making process for their cancer, in spite of the...
A growing body of scientific study, "inactivity research," shows that prolonged sitting can lead to serious health problems, regardless of whether you exercise and are at fighting weight.
I was practically paralyzed with fear, but not so paralyzed that I couldn't wield a wine glass.
Michelle Millman's intellect and command of topics is as impressive as her ability to connect with an expansive and diverse region of viewers. But what has endeared Michelle to an international audience is how she looked adversity in the face, and beat breast cancer.
After years of stagnancy at the FDA in which the newest implants enjoyed by women outside from the U.S. were kept from American women, those needing reconstruction after mastectomy or wanting an augmentation will have more choices.