The effectiveness and urgency of early detection methods for women cannot be overstated nor ignored, as it is still the best defence against breast cancer.
Older women intent on keeping breast cancer at bay may want to start and maintain a regular exercise regimen, a new study shows.
The single greatest protective measure a woman can provide for herself is built into a process when she is providing the best possible nutrition for her baby.
Exercise will not prevent, cause or worsen breast-cancer related lymphoedema, and it could also improve a patient’s quality of life, according to the UK’s NICE.
Malaysian curry leaf from Kelantan may protect against breast cancer due to its potent natural antioxidant properties and beneficial chemopreventive agents, according to a study.
Exercise can aid recovery after breast cancer but many women are not active enough, a study suggests.
Recent statistics show that three-quarters of women who opt for double mastectomies are doing so unnecessarily as it could lead to psychosexual problems in many women.
U.S. researchers have identified 17 everyday chemicals found to causing breast cancer, but avoiding them won’t be easy, requiring total lifestyle change for most.
A study has found that being unfit raises a woman’s risk of getting breast cancer, whether she is fat or thin.
Exercise reduces women’s risk of breast cancer, no matter what kind of exercise they do, how old they are, how much they weigh, or when they get started.