Three Key Things to Know Before Getting a Boob Job

If you’re considering getting a boob job, then you’re not on your own. Statistics show that in the past few years, breast augmentation surgery has been one of the most requested types of cosmetic procedures in the U.S. Breast augmentation surgery is chosen for a variety of reasons; these include enlarging small breasts, correcting breast asymmetry, and in some cases, breast reduction. For many women, getting a boob job isn’t just about improving their appearance; it’s also about boosting their … [Read more...]

Beyond the Pink Moon, Nicki Durlester – FR*EE KINDLE

The Kindle version of Beyond the Pink Moon will be available for free on Amazon for each Sunday in October to commemorate National Breast Awareness Month. A GIFT TO YOU! The Kindle version can be downloaded to your MacBook, PC, smart phones, ipad, tablets and of course your Kindles. Here is the link to Beyond the Pink Moon. (a book by my friend Nicki Durlester). About the Book In this touching, frank and informative memoir, Nicki Boscia Durlester intimately chronicles her … [Read more...]

Training for a 3-Day Walk, Women’s Health

Training for a 3-Day Walk is, in many ways, similar to training for a marathon. While you’ll be walking, rather than running, you’ll also be covering a staggering 60 miles over three days, all in the name of breast cancer research and awareness. Whether you’re a breast cancer survivor, love someone who is or have lost someone to this devastating disease, there are a variety of reasons why you may want to walk in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day. If you’re determined to make that 60 mile walk for … [Read more...]

Breast Cancer Diagnosis, 30 blogs offer real-life advice

Facing a breast cancer diagnosis can very easily be one of the most terrifying and stressful situations of your lifetime. It’s easy to feel isolated and alone in your struggle, especially if no one you know has endured a similar battle. Thankfully, the global village created by the 'blogosphere' has an entire community that acts as a breast cancer support system through the blog entries of actual breast cancer survivors. From the earliest days of your diagnosis to the victory of … [Read more...]

BREAST CANCER – Signs and Symptoms

Signs and symptoms of breast cancer Remember, lumps in the breast are very common, especially just before your period. Most lumps are not breast cancer. Most often breast cancer is first noticed as a painless lump in the breast or armpit. You or your partner may discover the lump, or your doctor may find it during a routine physical exam or screening mammogram. Other signs might include: lump or swelling in the armpit changes in breast size or shape dimpling or puckering of the … [Read more...]

The Breast Chek Kit™ – Save Your Own Life !!!

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Adele Butler is Taking Action!

The War Against Womanhood 'Breast ironing' is not only a term, it is really a hot iron used thinking the breast will flatten ...Stones are heated on scorching flames and are massaged rigorously to limp a girl's firm nipples and flatten her breasts. Other common tools include bananas, coconut shells, spatulas and hammers heated over a blistering fire. Just recently I read about a practice in Cameroon which deeply disturbed me. In the privacy of their homes and behind closed doors, … [Read more...]

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