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Not only is smoking a risk factor for breast cancer, but the younger a smoker picks up the habit, the higher the risk becomes.
Deodorants and antiperspirants contain chemicals, and we apply these chemicals in very close proximity to the breast, so it is a natural question to ask if deodorants cause breast cancer.
Women who had children but did not breast-feed had about 1.5 times the risk for ER/PR-negative breast cancer when compared with a control population.
Despite the rumors, nipple piercings cannot increase your risk of breast cancer. Here’s what you should be worried about instead.
Tobacco use is one of the main preventable risk factors for cancer. In 2010, tobacco industry’s profit was equivalent to US $6,000 for each death caused by tobacco.
Studies have shown that exercise helps prevent breast cancer through a variety of different ways.
A recent breast cancer study found that there may be a connection between breast cancer and parabens.
A new analysis has found that physical activity – either mild or intense and before or after menopause – may reduce breast cancer risk.
The journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine published a study that may confirm a relationship between night shift work and an increase in breast cancer risk as much as 40% higher then a day shift worker.
A complete list of known, probable, and possible cancer-causing substances from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).