We’ve rounded up all the breast cancer news from August in one blog to keep you in the know!
Adam Rosante, fitness expert and author of The 30 Second Body, does more than just tell you how to be toned; he incorporates health and fitness into your overall happiness. Many of us reach for temporary happiness, but Adam has some secrets to attaining constant happiness and well-being.
They are the seasonal or all yearlong annoyance that we never look forward to. The itchy watery eye, sneezing, shortness of breath, and overall discomfort of allergy symptoms seems like it is for nothing, but they may be decreasing your risk for breast and other cancers.
As we get older it gets harder and harder to stave off those extra pounds. Whether it’s our hectic schedules or just plain laziness, there are easy things we can do to make sure that we aren’t contributing to the slowing of our natural fat burner, our metabolism!
The holidays are over and so are the family feasts and the dessert filled holiday parties. We had our fun, but now it’s time to get back to the grind and find a routine again and shed those holiday pounds.
There are so many apps out there that want to help improve health, but can a mobile app really change your routine? Grad student Emery Rogers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill did a study on just that and used our Check Yourself! App as the subject to find out.
Holistic nutritionist, Shanna Mota, believes in the power of food to heal us and give us power. She’s giving us a few tips on how to eat for the summer season so you can look and feel your best.
Boobies 101: Lymphatic System! How do we protect our boobies if we don’t know what they’re all about? The Lymphatic System plays a big role in removing harmful toxins from your body and fighting infections such as cancer. Find out how it detoxes and ways you can continue to help it do so.
Celebrate 34 years of Earth Day by doing some simple things that will help you and the environment. Many things that lower your risk for breast cancer are also good for our planet and can be pretty fun!