MOST SHOCKING VIDEO! What this Delhi girl did on roads is really shocking, But You will definitely salute her.after watching full video. Thanks for watching! Please Share the video. Subscribe to our Channel and if really liked the video then Hit The Like Button! Click The Below Link To SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/gCHRR8 For regular updates on our Pranks, Social Experiment Videos and Sketches follow us on: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/prankbaaz Twitter - https://twitter.com/prankbaaz Website - http://prankbaaz.com/
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Brittney was 17 was she found her lump. A sonogram and mammograph confirmed but doctors said she was just a teenager and too young for breast cancer. Three months before her high school graduation at 18 the mass took over her breast. Doctors took her seriously this time with a dx of stage 4- metastatic to the bones and liver. Brittney is not taking this as the terminal diagnosis but finding hope in every day. Lumps bumps and stage 4 breast cancer will not stop this teenager from living her life! Follow Wisdo on social media facebook.com/wisdobc
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Breast cancer is the most common diagnosed cancer among women all over the world. In both women and men, it accounts for about 18% of deaths worldwide. The rate of breast cancer in women is higher in more developed countries. Scientists believe the reason for this is due to diet and the simple fact that women in developed countries live longer. In the United States, approximately 40,000 deaths per year are attributed to breast cancer. The chance of developing breast cancer increases with any of the following risk factors: old age, previous types of lumps in the breast, genetics, obesity, exposure to estrogen, alcohol consumption, exposure to radiation, dense breast tissue and a previous bout with cancer of any kind. The cure rate for breast cancer is high if caught early. That's why it's so important to routinely check for lumps and any other changes in the breast and to have yearly mammograms. But, mammograms and self-exams are sometimes not enough. Sometimes mammograms don't "see" the tumors, and some tumors that are deep within the tissue cannot be felt manually until they are very large. There are other signs of breast cancer that, unfortunately, most women ignore. So, be sure to also look for these 5 warning signs of breast cancer. New videos everyday! Subscribe our channel ► https://goo.gl/1dVtUS More info at our website ►http://ohmyhealth.info/ Like our fb Pages ►https://goo.gl/oC9T93 Thank you for watching. Don't forget to comment, rate, and share this video. Subscribe for more videos from Intan Farisha. Hypnothis Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/...... -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "do you remember the boy who smokes 40 cigarettes a day see what he looks like 8 years later!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwuQ4DOz7hg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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5 Warning Signs of Breast Cancer That Many Women Ignore! According to the American Cancer Society, it is estimated that about 246,660 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in American women by the end of 2016, and about 40,450 women will die from breast cancer. The harsh reality is that breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer among women. About 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime. Breast cancer awareness goes far beyond knowing the statistics. It’s about active prevention, and being able to recognize the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, in hopes of catching it early on if it develops. The following five warning signs of breast cancer are ones that many women tend to shrug off, but recognizing them may be vital to saving your life. 1. A New Mole / Change in an Existing Mole While moles are more commonly associated with a higher risk of skin cancer, they may also be linked to breast cancer. In one study, researchers followed 89,902 women ages 40-65 years old, and noted their medical records over a period of 18 years. The number of moles each woman had was documented at the beginning of the study. During the study, 5,956 of the women were diagnosed with breast cancer. Researchers found that the women who had the most moles out of the group had a 13% higher risk of breast cancer than women who had no moles. If you notice a new mole, or any type of change in an existing mole, visit a health care professional. 2. A Cough or Hoarse Throat That Won’t Subside A cancer that starts in one area is known as the primary cancer. If some cancer cells break away from the primary cancer and move on to another part of the body, they can form another tumor, called secondary cancer. Breast cancer can spread to the lungs, and it can be detected by a prolonged cough or hoarseness. Cancer spreads to the lungs in 60-70% of women who become terminally ill from breast cancer. The most common signs are shortness of breath and dry cough. 3. Changes in the Bladder or Bowels Breast cancer can cause hormonal changes that dry out the urethra, and make it difficult to control the bladder. This is known as incontinence, and common signs include leaking urine during activities such as coughing, laughing, sneezing or exercising, experiencing sudden and urgent needs to urinate, and urination that takes longer than usual. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, make an appointment with a health care professional. 4. Fatigue Fatigue is a common symptom in breast cancer patients and survivors, but it’s also often present before diagnosis. Fatigue from cancer is not alleviated by sleep or rest. It’s typically very severe and often associated with high levels of distress, unrelated to amount of exertion. Cancer-related fatigue is often accompanied by other symptoms such as pain, sleep disturbance and depression. Researchers believed this fatigue is caused by an imbalance of chemicals in the body which the cancer creates. 5. Unexplained Back Pain Back pain is a common medical problem — so common that 8 out of 10 people will experience it at some point in lives. Back pain can also be a sign that breast cancer tumors are forming. Back pain associated with breast cancer may feel like pressure on the ribs and spine, or pain in the upper back that feels like it’s coming from the bones. It could also be a sign that breast cancer has spread to the spine. https://youtu.be/0RKGpZzTFc0
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Check out our new website http://www.rehealthify.com/ Rehealthify offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, for free. -- video script below -- Breast cancer affects one in eight women during their lives. Breast cancer kills more women in the United States than any cancer except lung cancer. No one knows why some women get breast cancer, but there are a number of risk factors. Risks that you cannot change include Age - the chance of getting breast cancer rises as a woman gets older Genes - there are two genes, BRCA1 and BRCA2, that greatly increase the risk. Women who have family members with breast or ovarian cancer may wish to be tested. Personal factors - beginning periods before age 12 or going through menopause after age 55 Other risks include being overweight, using hormone replacement therapy (also called menopausal hormone therapy), taking birth control pills, drinking alcohol, not having children or having your first child after age 35 or having dense breasts. Symptoms of breast cancer may include a lump in the breast, a change in size or shape of the breast or discharge from a nipple. Breast self-exam and mammography can help find breast cancer early when it is most treatable. Treatment may consist of radiation, lumpectomy, mastectomy, chemotherapy and hormone therapy. Men can have breast cancer, too, but the number of cases is small. NIH: National Cancer Institute
Views: 65760 Rehealthify
Candice was diagnosed with breast cancer (DCIS) in February 2015. She wants to share her story to inspire other young women and spread awareness that young women can and do get breast cancer.
Views: 3774 Young Survival Coalition
When I sat down with my oncologist, Dr. Ruth Oratz, we took a moment to look at some of the questions I received on social media. One being, why are so many young women getting breast cancer all of the sudden? Is it something we're doing? Something we're eating? Do you have a question for the doctors? Let us know below!
Views: 50514 JoanLunden
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Monday Special: Breast Cancer Citizen TV is Kenya's leading television station commanding an audience reach of over 60% and in its over 12 years of existence as a pioneer brand for the Royal Media Services (RMS), it has set footprints across the country leaving no region uncovered. This is your ideal channel for the latest and breaking news, top stories, politics, business, sports, lifestyle and entertainment from Kenya and around the world. Follow us: http://citizentv.co.ke https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya https://www.facebook.com/Citizentvkenya https://plus.google.com/+CitizenTVKenya https://instagram.com/citizentvkenya
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Updated with new look (April 2016) Young straight and lesbian women discuss how breast cancer treatment has impacted their sexual health and function and the strategies they took to address these challenges as partnered or single women. Anne Katz, RN, PhD, clinical nurse specialist and sexuality counselor, explains why breast cancer can affect sexuality and how young women can ask for help from their healthcare team to overcome these sexual health challenges. These videos were supported by Cooperative Agreement Number DP11-1111 from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Views: 8432 Living Beyond Breast Cancer
Lorna Larson has spent the years following her daughter's passing from breast cancer to educate young women about the risks associated with the disease. A Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Prairies/NWT Region Community Grant, Team SHAN focuses on a number of tactics to bring breast cancer awareness to young men and women across the region.
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Give 2 Educate 10 - Help Raise $100k To Educate Half A Million People About Breast Cancer! 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Out of all cases of breast cancer, 1 in 233 occur in women age 39 and younger. For young people age 39 and under, breast cancer screening, education, and prevention methods are not discussed, commonly recommended, and still not spoken about by most breast cancer non-profits. For every $2 spent on KAB's Traveling Education Booth program, Keep A Breast has the opportunity to educate ten more people with life saving information. This year our goal is to raise $100,000 for our Traveling Education Booth to allow us to reach half a million more young people. View our Traveling Education Booth Infographic here: http://bit.ly/KABG2E10 A $2 cup of coffee. A $2 app download. A $2 commitment to breast cancer prevention and early detection. We ask that you join us by pledging just two dollars on monthly basis. Please share this video as well as our message of breast cancer prevention and early detection by becoming a $2 monthly donor, and sharing this information with ten people. GIVE $2 HERE: http://bit.ly/KABG2E10 Imagine the number of people we could reach with your help! Connect with Keep A Breast! http://keep-a-breast.org http://facebook.com/keepabreast http://twitter.com/keepabreast http://google.com/+keepabreast http://instagram.com/keepabreast http://keepabreast.tumblr.com http://pinterest.com/keepabreast http://foursquare.com/keepabreast About The Keep A Breast Foundation: The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is the leading youth-focused, global, nonprofit breast cancer organization. Our mission is to eradicate breast cancer for future generations. We provide support programs for young people impacted by cancer and educate people about prevention, early detection, and cancer-causing toxins in our everyday environment. The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is headquartered in the United States as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit. We are supported in fulfilling our mission by international partners Keep A Breast Canada, Keep A Breast Europe, and Keep A Breast Japan.
Views: 11744 Keep A Breast Foundation
This is what Brittany wants other young women diagnosed with breast cancer to know--most importantly, be your own advocate.
Views: 1636 Young Survival Coalition
Read and Watch the full story at http://www.nalie.ca To continue my mission this breast cancer awareness month. I was invited to talk live on CBC Daybreak with Mike Finnerty about my blog and what its like to have breast cancer at the age of 24 years old.
Views: 783 Nalie Agustin
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and from October 1–31, 2017, Stella & Dot will donate all net proceeds on eligible customer purchases to Bright Pink, an organization focused on prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. For more info, visit stelladot.com/about/foundation. Shop it here: http://bit.ly/BCAShopForaCause
Views: 1360 Stella & Dot
Four young women share about their diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer and its impact on their lives. Complete an evaluation for a chance to win a $25 gift card: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2014LBBC This video was supported by Cooperative Agreement Number DP11-1111 from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Views: 3403 Living Beyond Breast Cancer
To learn more & donate: http://www.cbcf.org/ontario/Pages/default.aspx Sorry for the sound being a bit fuzzy...we tried to fix it but it was stubborn. Thank you to everyone who participated in the making of this video, I really appreciate it. Music courtesy of bensound.com
Views: 201 Avery McQuirter
Part one of interviews with young breast cancer survivors for Breast Impressions, Inc. urging lawmakers in Washington DC to vote yes on the EARLY Act. The Breast Cancer Education and Awareness Requires Learning Young Act of 2009 or EARLY Act will amend the Public Health Service Act to increase awareness of the risks of breast cancer in young women and provide support for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Views: 560 go4films
Young women with breast cancer, like Jill, diagnosed at age 30, face unique physical and emotional challenges. Dr. Ann Partridge leads a program at Dana-Farber to address these issues with focused clinical and support services. For more on treatment and care for young women with breast cancer: http://www.dana-farber.org/Adult-Care/Treatment-and-Support/Treatment-Centers-and-Clinical-Services/Breast-Cancer-Treatment-Center/Program-for-Young-Women-with-Breast-Cancer.aspx
Views: 13559 Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Every year in the Bay of Plenty, there are approximately 200 women (and some men) diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Tauranga's Breast Cancer Support provides a service that locals can turn to in their time of need. BCSS Tauranga Trust have been active since 1991, offering practical advice, emotional support and comfort from those who have been in the same shoes to those newly diagnosed.
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Part 2 of interviews with young breast cancer survivors for Breast Impressions urging lawmakers in Washington DC to vote yes on the EARLY Act. The Breast Cancer Education and Awareness Requires Learning Young Act of 2009 or EARLY Act will amend the Public Health Service Act to increase awareness of the risks of breast cancer in young women and provide support for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Views: 178 go4films
Rethink Breast Cancer helps young women with breast cancer. And you can too. Help us continue our work to support the unique challenges young women with breast cancer face by donating now: https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/startup.aspx?eventid=83584
Views: 255 Rethink Breast Cancer
Part 3 of interviews with young breast cancer survivors for Breast Impressions urging lawmakers in Washington DC to vote yes on the EARLY Act. The Breast Cancer Education and Awareness Requires Learning Young Act of 2009 or EARLY Act will amend the Public Health Service Act to increase awareness of the risks of breast cancer in young women and provide support for young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Views: 158 go4films
The video "Young Women Get Breast Cancer Too -- What You Need to Know" is one of a series of videos developed for the Supporting Tailored Approaches to Reducing Tobacco [START] - Decreasing Breast Cancer Incidence project. The START program of research focused on developing health messages about the increased risk of early breast cancer associated with cigarette smoking and second-hand smoke. In this video, Lorna Larsen talks about Team Shan and her experiences in sharing information that young women need to know to make healthy choices to reduce their risk of breast cancer. For more information about the START program of research at the University of British Columbia, visit www.start.ok.ubc.ca
Views: 1413 START UBC
Kimberly L. Blackwell, MD, medical oncologist, Duke Cancer Institute, discusses the treatment of young women with breast cancer.
Views: 52 OncLiveTV
Atar was diagnosed with breast cancer at the young age of 23. With Dr. Michel Velez and Dr. Erica Bloomquist on her side, Atar became stronger than breast cancer. Atar, her oncologists and the expert team of Memorial physicians fought her breast cancer with genetic testing, chemotherapy and a bilateral mastectomy followed by reconstructive surgery. With Memorial Breast Cancer Center’s multidisciplinary care, Atar had the strength to beat cancer and become an inspiration to other women.
Views: 1501 Memorial Healthcare System
Dr. Johnson Miller talks about breast cancer in young women, early detection and treatment. Visit the link below for more information: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/JSUMC/services/womenshealth/BreastCenter.cfm
Views: 944 MeridianHealthNJ
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"I DON'T HAVE TIME FOR THIS!" is a documentary film about five courageous and tenacious young women who will not let breast cancer get in the way of their lives -- they simply don't have time for it! They've got too much to live for. Lumpectomies, mastectomies, chemotherapy, radiation, egg extraction, treatment schedules, menopause -- who's got the time? This documentary was produced by Big Coat Productions, originally premiering on W Network on October 23, 2010. Watch Love it or List it Full Episodes & Seasons on Apple iTunes: http://bit.ly/lioli12 Amazon Video: http://amzn.to/2fZGHmO Follow Love it or List it on Facebook: https://facebook.com/LoveItOrListIt Instagram: https://instagram.com/_loveitorlistit Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoveItorListIt Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/loveitorlistit Visit the Love it or List it online shop! http://shoploveitorlistit.com
Views: 45926 LOVE IT OR LIST IT
A young breast cancer survivor shares her story in this personal account that is part of the Breast Health Education for Young Women video. To order the full video and/or the accompanying Facilitator's Guide, and to learn more about these materials, visit: http://preventcancer.org/what-we-do/education/programs/project-early-awareness/
Views: 2935 Prevent Cancer Foundation
"I really appreciate what you and the other MGTOWs and MRAs are doing in bringing men’s issues to the forefront seeing as mainstream media simply won’t. My topic is one that has received attention from manosphere although I don’t recall you making a video on it. My issue today is the astounding disparity between government funded research for breast cancer over all others and prostate cancer in particular. I've made a bit of a habit lately of destroying feminist arguments and I find that their kryptonite is logic. Actually analyzing statistics properly and developing a sound, rational and coherent argument with a feminist is like fishing with dynamite. The latest was a nurse who argued that the disparity not only didn't exist but if it did, would be justified seeing as breast cancer is “deadlier”. I've also included some of the emails I sent her. edit as you see fit. Great work Sandman and thanks!" Well Mr. Anonymous thanks for your donation as well as the cancer statistics for breast and prostate cancer which you have included with this message. The stats are from Cancer.ca and I'm including them in the description below. The statistics in a nutshell show us that death for men suffering with prostate cancer is one in 28 and one in thirty for women. So both prostate cancer and breast cancer are far from death sentences. So based on these statistics last year there were eight hundred and forty three Canadian men that died from prostate cancer and eight hundred and thirteen women that died from breast cancer. So more men died then women from this form of sex related cancer. But imagine for a moment that the numbers were reversed and that a slightly larger number of women was dying from breast cancer then men dying from prostate cancer. Women would then use that statistic to go on the offensive trying to raid everyone's wallets to make breast cancer go away. As we all know by now women perceive their bodies as a source of great value. Because their bodies are used for reproduction but also to control the men in their lives and attract them. So women are paranoid about getting any and all small lumps in their breasts checked out. And because of women's own group preference many women are willing to donate money to breast cancer, cervical and ovarian cancer. Women look after their own. With regards to prostate cancer not getting as much funding and this being unfair you're right and wrong at the same time Mr. Anonymous. Government of Canada and Canadian Cancer Society’s release on 2014's national cancer statistics http://www.cancer.ca/~/media/cancer.ca/CW/cancer%20information/cancer%20101/Canadian%20cancer%20statistics/Canadian-Cancer-Statistics-2014-EN.pdf Top Five Most Dangerous Cancers in Men and Women https://www.unitypoint.org/desmoines/services-cancer-article.aspx?id=c9f17977-9947-4b66-9c0f-15076e987a5d 10 pictures paid for and licensed through BigStock.com (In order of appearance) 0. dolgachov - healthcare and medicine concept http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-68465032/stock-photo-healthcare-and-medicine-concept-smiling-woman-in-blank-t-shirt-holding-pink-breast-cancer-awareness-ribbon 1. IndigoLT - The concept "smoking kills" http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-65123308/stock-photo-the-concept-smoking-kills 2. Voy - Doctor With Ribbon Formed Aids Symbol Isolated http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-77719001/stock-photo-doctor-with-ribbon-formed-aids-symbol-isolated 3. ra2studio - Handsome young man smoking dangerous cigarette with toxic skull smoke http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-65552149/stock-photo-handsome-young-man-smoking-dangerous-cigarette-with-toxic-skull-smoke 4. dolgachov - healthcare and medicine concept http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-73139341/stock-photo-healthcare-and-medicine-concept-close-up-smiling-young-woman-in-blank-white-t-shirt-with-pink-breast-cancer-awareness-ribbon-fighting-over-pink-background 5. maxim ibragimov - European the man holding his hands over groin in pain on a gray http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-79323268/stock-photo-european-the-man-holding-his-hands-over-groin-in-pain-on-a-gray 6. Lopolo - Fight for Breast Cancer symbol on pink background http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-83091656/stock-photo-fight-for-breast-cancer-symbol-on-pink-background 7. Frazao - Campaign against Cancer by a man on blackboard background http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-75599734/stock-photo-campaign-against-cancer-by-a-man-on-blackboard-background 8. Wavebreak Media Ltd - Smiling women running for breast cancer awareness on a sunny day http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-84734003/stock-photo-smiling-women-running-for-breast-cancer-awareness-on-a-sunny-day 9. InesBazdar - Wait,wait...I think I see some changes! http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-77747381/stock-photo-wait%2Cwait-i-think-i-see-some-changes%21
Views: 15612 Sandman
Did you know 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime? Let's change that. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we're partnering with Bright Pink on our #KissForTheCure Butterstick Lip Treatment Duo. 100% of the net profits from this duo, which includes our Simply Rose and Untinted Buttersticks, benefits Bright Pink for breast health education programs across the U.S. Pick one up at your neighborhood Kiehl's store or at bit.ly/KissForTheCureKiehls. To help support the fight against breast cancer, you can also post a picture to Instagram or Twitter making a kiss and include @kiehls and #KissForTheCure. For every post, Kiehl's will donate $1 to Bright Pink and The Brem Foundation to support breast cancer prevention education and research. Together, we're making a difference in the lives of women everywhere! Learn more about Kiehl's commitment to the communities in which we serve: https://www.kiehls.com/charity About Bright Pink: Bright Pink is a national nonprofit focused on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. The organization’s mission is to save women’s lives from breast and ovarian cancer by empowering them to live proactively at a young age. Put Awareness In Action™ at BrightPink.org. About The Brem Foundation: The Brem Foundation is a breast cancer nonprofit focused entirely on early detection. The Brem Foundation’s mission is to maximize every woman’s chances of finding an early, curable breast cancer – because breast cancer is curable when caught early. To learn more, visit: www.bremfoundation.org. FOLLOW: - Subscribe to the Kiehl's YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/2hQ8jA1 - Kiehl's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kiehls/?hl=en - Kiehl's Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kiehlsSince... - Kiehl's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KiehlsUS/ - Kiehl's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Kiehls
Views: 341 Kiehl's Since 1851
ENTER GIVEAWAY HERE: http://tartecosmetics.com/contest.php?id=41&utm_source=You%2BTube&utm_mediu ABOUT THE GIVEAWAY: October 3 - October 31 - For each entry tarte will make a $.20 donation to the Young Survival Coalition. - tarte will give away 10 LipSurgence™ matte lip tints in hope. - tarte will contact 10 random winners November 1st, 2011 - Open to US Residents Only - Must be 18+ ABOUT Young Survival Coalition: http://www.youngsurvival.org/ YSC was founded by 3 women who were diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 35 and is dedicated to providing information, facilitating research, and empowering and supporting young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer. ABOUT tARTE LipSurgence: Hope - matte warm rose shade - increase skin's water content for a 'plumped up' appearance. - absorbs into skin delivering a surge of moisture - peppermint oil gives refreshing minty feel to lips - award-winning product. Product was provided, however I am not paid for this video. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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Photographer David Jay switched from capturing couture to creating portraits of young women with breast cancer. Everyday Health is your No. 1 resource for health and wellness advice. We make it fun and easy to live a healthier, happier lifestyle. Subscribe now and start feeling better — every day. SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1LhozPy VISIT EVERYDAYHEALTH.COM: http://bit.ly/1taqdKn FOLLOW US: Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1o7gqo2 Twitter: http://bit.ly/1jx2ldL Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Nj3Z0Q Pinterest: http://bit.ly/1CNxcNO
Views: 215307 Everyday Health
No affiliation with Starbucks or Young Survival Coalition. This breast cancer awareness campaign is for an Electronic Public Relations course. Transcending heaven.
Views: 23 Tricia Marchand
ATTENTION! 5 Warning Signs Of BREAST CANCER That Many Women Ignore! -You can read our blog HERE: http://powerhealthyt.com →Subscribe HERE: https://goo.gl/2d9f4w →Our Facebook: https://goo.gl/XyVkA1 -More WEIGHT LOSS VIDEOS HERE: https://goo.gl/zwskjQ -More HOME REMEDIES VIDEOS HERE: https://goo.gl/10zgHI Women with breast cancer may experience changes or breast symptoms, but many women do not show any of these signs or symptoms at the time of diagnosis. Often, signs or symptoms in the breast can be caused by a condition other than cancer. Signs and symptoms to discuss with your doctor include: a lump that feels like a firm lump or thickening of the breast or underarm. It is important to feel the same area of the other breast to ensure that the change is not part of the healthy breast tissue in that area. Any change in the size or shape of the breast. Nipple discharge that occurs suddenly, contains blood or occurs only in one breast. physical changes such as inverted nipple inward or sore in the nipple area. Skin irritation or changes in this, as roughening, dimples, scaling or new folds. Mamas warm, red and swollen, with or without skin rash roughness that resembles the skin of an orange, called orange peel. Pain in the breast; particularly breast pain that does not go away. The pain usually is not a symptom of breast cancer, but you should contact your doctor. ATTENTION! 5 Warning Signs Of BREAST CANCER That Many Women Ignore! - https://youtu.be/sx84nHzlTaY
Views: 1222211 PowerHealthYT
On Valentine's Day, 28-year-old Amelia started treatment at Columbia St. Mary's for inflammatory breast cancer. Amelia's positive attitude in the face of so much uncertainty is truly remarkable. Watch her story unfold...
Views: 106845 Columbia St. Mary's
"Being a co-survivor means that you take the time to dedicate to someone else and be supportive in any way you can." YSC helps co-survivors support loved ones and ease the challenges of her breast cancer journey. Learn more and register for the YSC Summit.http://summit.youngsurvival.org/.
Views: 243 Young Survival Coalition
Let hot guys show you how to give your breasts some TLC to stay on top of breast health. For more breast health information sign up for our e-mails here: http://bit.ly/signupYMR For more info, visit http://www.rethinkbreastcancer.com/yourmanreminder Download the app for free today! iPhone: http://goo.gl/fv6c9 Android: https://goo.gl/4O4uLn Rethink Breast Cancer presents: Your Man Reminder -- an app that gives you regular reminders to give your breasts some TLC from a hot guy of your choice. Recent studies show that many young women aren't checking their breasts regularly... Studies also show that women are 88% more likely to watch a video if it features a really hot guy. Want to see the Extended Dance Cut? http://youtu.be/oSCjLOuRh2Q Check out the Hottest App Update Ever! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3omQdVqRbDA&list=UUezVa-OkFwgFeNFRKOFbSGQ&index=1
Views: 7566879 Rethink Breast Cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Philadelphia's Praise Is the Cure Founder Anita T. Conner talks with The Philadelphia Tribune about the disparity in the number of African-American women being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer and the importance of raising awareness. READ MORE HERE http://www.phillytrib.com/lifestyle/health/praise-is-the-cure-to-focus-on-breast-cancer-research/article_d82ea292-ac03-51a4-995c-a42e91cbe697.html Music by audionautix.com
Views: 118 philadelphiatribune