Dogs have a keen sense of smell thanks to 300 million olfactory receptors in their noses, compared to humans which possess six million.
“All these radiologists came into the room to look at me… They couldn’t believe how healthy I looked given what they found inside me."
According to Tallman, her mother arrived at the gate at 8:50 and informed the attendants that the rest of the family would arrive momentarily. She was told, “They have 30 seconds to get here.” And when Tallman’s mom walked a few steps away to check on her family, the gates closed.
A woman’s five-year battle with cancer came to an end on Sunday, and now her husband is sharing a touching open letter detailing her final moments. Laura Vickery, 29, from Bath, U.K., died in hospital with her husband Sam by her side. After fighting cancer which led to pneumonia, Laura’s body became weak, and Sam had to make the difficult decision not to have doctors revive her.
All women over the age of 30 should be tested for faulty genes known to increase breast cancer and ovarian cancer risk, experts have said.
“Heather said, ‘I want to keep fighting,’ so that’s the mantra I’m picking up. She was able to fight till the end, I’m going to fight until my end.”
"I am asking for help to share Nicole’s story so that other young women and men that know their bodies and know that there is something wrong."
A mother and daughter who have both lost their hair for different reasons pose together for a photo shoot.
"I wanted to tell as many people as possible so that if people ran into me and I looked like crap, they’d know why."
Makeup artist and YouTuber Sadaf Wassan shared a video where she transforms the look of a woman who has cancer and has lost most of her hair.
Tracie Marie shared a photo on Facebook of what breast cancer means to her and, spoiler alert, it has nothing to do with a pink ribbon.
“It was something I felt uncomfortable about as I was heavier than ever and had a mastectomy -- but it was something that I just wanted to do for me."
Must-know, expert advice regarding prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer. Veep star and Seinfeld alumna Julia Louis-Dreyfus—the beloved, seemingly ageless sitcom staple since the 1980s—revealed recently she has breast cancer. Inspired by that fight, Eat This, Not That! reached out to doctors, nutritionists and other health professionals and asked them for their best tips for battling breast cancer.
There's a surprising place to begin your fight against breast cancer—your kitchen pantry. One in eight women will be affected by breast cancer in her lifetime. Breast cancer, in particular, is the most common.