Here are the top ten articles for the Breast Cancer Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?
One of the hardest things in the world is telling your children you've been diagnosed with breast cancer. Here are some thoughts to help you answer the question, “How Do I Tell My Kids I Have Breast Cancer?"
2. Money Matters and Breast Cancer
A diagnosis of breast cancer can derail even the best financial planning. Regardless of the current state of your finances, there are several steps you can take right now to protect yourself and survive in one piece. Over the coming weeks, we will look at some of the many options available.
3. Melatonin and Breast Cancer
Melatonin production (or lack thereof) is thought to have a direct link to breast cancer. This article explores some of the theories behind the claims.
4. Reduce Your Risk of BPA Contamination
Chances are you're a little confused about BPA and its link to breast cancer. I know I was. Maybe you take your water bottle out of the hot car right away. But did you know you're at risk when you pay for your groceries? Read on for some valuable information!
5. Is DCIS Breast Cancer?
What is DCIS? Is it really breast cancer? Do I need treatment?
6. Acupuncture and Breast Cancer
Acupuncture has been proven to offer relief from some common side effects of cancer treatment such as fatigue, nausea, and pain. Should you try it?
7. Don't Try To Do It Alone
A breast cancer diagnosis turns our lives upside down. We are in shock, and sometimes our first inclination is to handle the crisis alone. Never is it more important, however, to reach out for help.
8. Cleaning For A Reason
When you're in treatment for breast cancer, cleaning the house is the last thing you need to be worrying about. But if you don't do it, who will? Here's a solution!
9. Breast Cancer and Heart Disease
New research now indicates that women who have a mutated form of the BRCA 1 or BRCA 2 gene, who are at risk for hereditary breast cancer, may also be at greater risk for heart disease.
10. Healthy Choices Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
Breast cancer survivors know that being proactive is the key ingredient to feeling empowered. Here are some easy ways to take charge of your diet and lifestyle to reduce the risk of breast cancer for you and your loved ones.
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