In typical stories, children are the ones who owe their parents their life, but in this one case, the tables have turned. Jenny Purvis of Savannah, Georgia calls her baby "Miracle Mae" after doctors made a startling discovery that ended up saving Purvis' life. Wait until you hear how this little baby, born prematurely via an emergency C-section helped bring to light a serious issue that could have worsened had doctors not reacted immediately.
If you're like most women, chances are you apply antiperspirant on a daily basis, which is nice for everyone around you, but it can possibly spell trouble for your health. Scientists recently discovered that shaving your armpits, then applying an antiperspirant containing aluminum on a daily basis may potentially increase your chances of developing Alzheimer's and chronic fatigue. Well, that stinks.
El nombre de Lorena Meritano no es muy conocido fuera de América Latina, pero estoy segura de que su cara te es súper familiar, como una de los más duros personajes de la exitosa novela Pasión de Gavilanes. La fuerza que mostró en su actuación, en la que hacía de la esposa del dueño del bar del pueblo, la está demostrando hoy más que nunca en la vida real.
Lorena Meritano lucha como una guerrera contra un cáncer de mama que la tiene desde hace meses en un tratamiento agresivo. Ella no se esconde, los efectos en su cuerpo le sirven para hacer campaña a favor de la prevención. Te va a impresionar y espero que inspirar la foto que ha puesto en las redes sociales. Parece otra.
If given a choice between keeping your breasts or keeping your life, which would you choose? Your life, of course! But that doesn't mean making the decision to have a mastectomy is an easy one. For many women dealing with breast cancer, choosing to part with their chichis is the hardest decision of their lives. However, it's far from the last big decision they'll have to make regarding what they want to do with (and relate to) their body.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and as women and mothers, we are joining the cause and supporting the amazing women that are currently battling the disease. Breast cancer is rampant among women and it doesn't discriminate against age, race or social status. It's estimated that one in eight women worldwide will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
At only 29 years old, Brittany Maynard was faced with the worst diagnosis possible. Days after her dream wedding, she was experiencing painful and debilitating headaches and the doctors said she had brain cancer. Devastated by the news, Brittany, her husband and family started planning for the few years she had left.
A second screening determined that her cancer evolved into stage four and she had only a few months left to live. Shocked by the turn of events, she moved to Oregon and applied for Death with Dignity and she is choosing her own death.
Breast cancer is a very scary term that lately has become very common. The amount of women diagnosed with the disease has increased significantly in the last ten years and I'm sure someone close to you had been touched by those two words. Early detection is key and fortunately there are test that can predict if you have a higher chance to develop the disease. Some celebrities have undergone preventive mastectomies but you don't have to go that far because you can prevent cancer by eating certain foods.
Popular beauty blogger Karina Xavier passed away Thursday at the age of 15 after battling bone cancer. The Brazilian teenager gained recognition through her Chic by Karina makeup blog in which she shared tips, fashion advice, and recipes. Karina also befriended celebrities like singer Taylor Swift and model Gisele Bundchen, a fellow Brazilian who met and had her makeup done by the young pro.
This is what miracle stories are made of. Adele Rivas was diagnosed with stage-two breast cancer when she was 34 years old. The news was especially heartbreaking for her since she and her husband Luis Rivas were trying to get pregnant. Several doctors had declared that she was infertile and had a very small chance of getting pregnant naturally. Luckily, they were wrong.
Nestle seems to think women's breasts don't get checked out nearly enough, so they're doing anything they can to make sure that changes, once and for all.
As part of their new #CheckYourSelfie breast cancer awareness campaign, Nestle fitted British woman McCann Paris with a bra cam and sent her off to run errands with her teched-out over the shoulder boulder holder on full display to see just how many people they can catch checking out her ample cleavage. Care to wager a guess as to how many took a gander at her cleavage? I bet you won't even get close!