“Helping to lead breast cancer education…” this line opens the article published in the Executive Suite section of Newsday on February 1st, 2015 featuring our Executive Director, Susan Samaroo. Susan and the foundation are highlighted as we begin the celebration of our 20th anniversary and kick off the year with our Pink Bowl fundraiser. Susan [...]
Seat belts and exercise have one thing in common—the ability to prevent injury and illness.
American Cancer Society Researchers Say Coordinated Efforts Needed to Close Gaps in Preventive Behavior
Updated guidelines on nutrition and physical activity for cancer prevention from the American Cancer Society stress the importance of creating social and physical environments that support healthy behaviors.
Excessive weight and obesity in particular is one of the several major risk factors for breast cancer. Learn what obesity and BMI is, who is at risk for it, how obesity increases breast cancer risk, and how to reduce your risk of obesity.
Put your knowledge to the test! Take Dr. Oz’s Breast Cancer Awareness Quiz and find out how much you really know about breast cancer prevention and risk. http://www.doctoroz.com/quiz/breast-cancer-awareness-quiz
Women can reduce their risk for breast cancer and live healthier lives at the same time by doing very simple things.
Click on the link below for anti-cancer receipes from Dr. Oz’s website. These delicious recipes are packed full of the best secret-weapon ingredients to prevent cancer. http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/anti-cancer-cookbook