I urge you to get informed about your own body and the technology available to you. So many of us make our children, our partners, and our jobs our priority. But today is the day to do something for yourself and get informed about your own health.
As teams across the league tip-off for the WNBA's Breast Health Awareness Week, they are playing for more than a game to win; they are playing to save three women each quarter from hearing the words "you've got breast cancer."
One of the most exciting parts of my job is interacting with our fans and the Fever faithful were as excited as I was about the prospect of me cooking them a big southern dinner. Three months and a WNBA Championship later, I was happy to deliver the goods to the two big winners.