Real and perceived stigma and discrimination against HIV-positive people of color decreases both the likelihood that individuals
The study, published in the journal SLEEP, measured sleep efficiency, a ratio of time spent sleeping and time spent in bed
When I was a kid, I used to ride a purple bike with white handlebars and metallic streamers. In Baltimore I got around on
Recent genetic profiling has suggested that not all cancer subtypes are created equal and both the tumor makeup and methods
Although I would never say that I am "grateful" for having had breast cancer, I am pleased with the change in course that breast cancer catalyzed for me. Apparently, life is what happens while we're busy making other plans.
New research by scientists at Kaiser Permanente and published in the November 2012 issue of the journal Breast Cancer Research
For other groups, including African Americans, Kwan and her team honed in on another form of excess weight instead -- abdominal
Racelle Rosett, award-winning author, breast cancer survivor and blogger shares her thoughts on dying, living and surviving breast cancer with Janice Taylor, life and wellness coach.
When I was told 10 years ago that I was going to have to lose my right breast to cancer, my first thought was, "At least it's not my arm."
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We often hear that so-called "resilient" people are more likely to come through a crisis less psychologically damaged. But what, exactly, is resilience, and how might it apply to a crisis, such as being diagnosed with a terminal illness?
While the precise value of breast cancer screening by mammography remains uncertain, a recent paper confirms the marked progress in overall survival trends among women who have breast cancer.
I'm skeptical of the task force findings on mammography as practiced in 2009. I'm concerned, further, that this new soft thread in the discussion is dangerous, leaving sensible women defenseless.