Breast Implants May Increase Cancer Risk

2018-01-28T20:06:02+00:00

Hundreds of thousands of women voluntarily opt for breast augmentation surgery. There are many reasons for that, and certainly women perceive the size and shape of their breasts to be a vital component of their

Breast Implants May Increase Cancer Risk 2018-01-28T20:06:02+00:00

Can Watercress Cure Cancer?

2018-01-23T17:54:47+00:00

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so I want to share some little-known facts about a certain superfood vegetable and its impact on breast health for cancer patients. Even though many doctors still debate the

Can Watercress Cure Cancer? 2018-01-23T17:54:47+00:00

7 Natural Boosts for Breast Health

2018-01-23T18:26:35+00:00

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and so there’s no time like the present to begin making the changes necessary for better breast health. Believe it or not, you can change the way your body

7 Natural Boosts for Breast Health 2018-01-23T18:26:35+00:00

What Color is Your Pee?

2018-01-23T18:01:27+00:00

It’s one of those things you don’t even pay attention to until suddenly one day it looks different. I’m referring to urine, and the normal color is pale yellow. The yellow pigment is called “urochrome”

What Color is Your Pee? 2018-01-23T18:01:27+00:00

My Brother was a Secret

2017-07-18T17:06:51+00:00

My oldest brother just passed away, he was an alcoholic for decades. He smoked too. He died holding his Chihuahua with his wife beside him. It was colon cancer that had metastasized everywhere. So with

My Brother was a Secret 2017-07-18T17:06:51+00:00

Quick: What’s Red, Salty, Chewy and Delicious?

2017-06-19T20:02:07+00:00

Quick, what's red, salty, chewy and delicious?  If you said bacon, you’re close… and not close at all. I’m talking about dulse (rhymes with pulse), which is a kind of seaweed, or technically a form

Quick: What’s Red, Salty, Chewy and Delicious? 2017-06-19T20:02:07+00:00

Parabens and How to Avoid Them

2017-05-16T00:05:30+00:00

Parabens are a category of preservatives used in cosmetics, medications and foods. If you read labels you’ll see them listed by their name or an E number such as methylparaben E218), ethylparaben (E214), propylparaben (E216),

Parabens and How to Avoid Them 2017-05-16T00:05:30+00:00