A few of the latest news and blog posts in the world of Breast Health this week.
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Striking new evidence suggesting that diet and related factors early in life can boost the risk for breast cancer — totally independent of the body’s production of the hormone estrogen — has been uncovered by a team of researchers at the University of California, Davis. The findings provide new insights into the processes that regulate normal breast development, which can impact the risk of developing breast cancer later in life….
As if you didn’t have enough to worry about boob-wise: It seems like everything on the planet somehow is linked to breast cancer, there’s pressure for your set to look a certain way (big but not too big, perky but not at your chin, small enough to wear sample sizes–it’s ridic and impossible). And now there’s a new study saying that not only will your breasts naturally start to sag, but that you might actually be causing it. How?!…
The WNBA’s annual Breast Health Awareness Week began yesterday and will continue through September 23, highlighted by two televised games in San Antonio (Sept. 18) and Phoenix (Sept. 23) on ESPN2. But the Indiana Fever got started early, holding their Breast Health Awareness Night this past Friday with the WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx in town. Although the Fever ultimately lost the game on a game-winning shot by Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen to end their six-game winning streak, there were other types of victories that had personal experience for multiple players….
An interesting video describing natural breast enlargement techniques: