Breast cancer is the number one cancer in the world today. However, brassica vegetables including broccoli have been shown to kill cancer.
The following article of mine on Breasts, Broccoli and Cancer was posted in the National Health Federation and I wanted to share it here as well. Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer in the Worl
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If someone nearby was choking would you know what to do? Learn how to perform the Heimlich maneuver and how to practise it safely.
In the search for treatments for hair growth, onion juice has become a popular home remedy. We look at how onion juice may help prevent hair loss.
In this article, learn about the common causes of red nose including rosacea, rhinophyma and allergies. What treatments are available for red nose?
Recent research suggests that caffeic acid might slow cancer development. In this article we look at what caffeic acid is, its key sources and its uses.
Women who have higher levels of fluoride in their urine during pregnancy may be more likely to have children with lower intelligence, a new study reports.
Oxytocin may intensify positive or negative social experiences by affecting different brain areas. Blocking the hormone may relieve social anxiety.
A new study maps brain changes following cognitive behavioral therapy for OCD. The findings suggest improved connectivity between key networks.
If a person's blood pressure is too low, it can potentially be dangerous if left unaddressed. We look at nine ways to safely raise blood pressure.
In this article, learn about what determines height and if height can be increased as an adult. Are there ways to prevent a loss of height?
Sleep problems are common, but can we really tell how well or how badly we slept? Sleep trackers might help, but they don't always reflect how we feel.
Let’s review in this article the reasons for irregular periods and how to resolve this. The reasons for irregular periods can result from many contributing health factors. We are going to focus
By Karuna Jaggar, Executive Director We’re right back where we were in July—people with pre-existing conditions, like breast cancer, are in danger of being charged more for healthcare. Mil
By Kira Jones, Communications Officer Corporations are making billions off of pink ribbon products each year. Too many pink ribbon promotions benefit corporations’ bottom lines far more than the
By Lopa Pal, Development Manager The floodgates are already opening for a month of slick corporate profiteering, meaningless pink ribbon products, and “awareness.” If you wa
Progesterone suppositories are helping many women with their pregnancies! At our healing center, we give progesterone suppositories to women struggling to hold their pregnancies to term. We have
Those with cancer in one breast less likely to get both removed if doctor is reluctant, study finds
Women who take opioids are more likely to stop vital hormonal therapy, study finds
Fruit and cancer what is the relationship and why it’s important you understand it. I wanted to share this article from An Oasis of Healing on fruit and cancer as there continues to be confusion
By Kira Jones, Communications Officer Breast Cancer Awareness Month (or as we call it, “Breast Cancer Industry Month”) is less than a month away. It’s time to get ready. Over the yea
Kate Frisher, Campaigns Coordinator Congress returns from recess next week – have you downloaded Activism For All: Breast Cancer Action’s Legislative Toolkit? Thank you to everyone who&rsq
By Kate Frisher, Campaigns Coordinator Toxic’s still not tasty. But oil wastewater is still being used to grow our food. Last week’s webinar explained some of the health risks associated w
We use integrated alternative healing modalities as a part of our comprehensive cancer care program. The three parts of our cancer care program consist of the following. We start with teaching people
We look at it as a person with cancer compared to someone who is a cancer patient. The idea of the word “patient” implies that someone has a passive role and is not as smart as us because
Researchers estimate thousands more U.S. lives would be saved each year
Study found link between ambient light and higher odds in young, smoking females, but more research needed
By Kate Frisher, Campaigns Coordinator Last year, our Think Before You Pink® campaign called out the practice of using oil wastewater to irrigate crops. This water, which is a byproduct
Our 7th Annual Action Speaks Louder Than Pink–Food for Thought event will be October 16, 2017. Early-bird tickets are now available, until September 22. Get yours today! Join us for a
By Kaurna Jaggar, Executive Director Returning to work after a two week vacation, I didn’t expect my first act to be to publicly condemn white supremacy. But, on the heels of a weekend that saw
By Kate Frisher, Campaigns Coordinator Congress works for you, and we can’t let them forget it! After weeks of attacks on our healthcare, representatives and senators are home for the Augu
Many doctors worry about skin damage during radiation, but new research found no such effect
I’m here to tell you that a prognosis of cancer does not define the length of time one has left on this earth. A prognosis of cancer is when a medical doctor tells you a likely outcome of your c
Let’s look at the healing power of the mind and how the placebo effect relates. All research for science needs to have better than a 30% effect because 30% is known as placebo. Thirty percent of
Is there such a thing as a ketogenic diet for cancer that is effective? There absolutely is but I believe there is a misconception in what that diet actually consists of so let’s talk about it.
What is our relationship with the sun and moon? The part of our lifestyle that we should have learned by the time we turned 18 is our relationship with the sun and moon. The sun and the moon are incre
Taking medicine for cancer is necessary at present because in my opinion there is a lack of faith and understanding. Let me share why one who has faith and knowledge, requires no medicine for cancer.
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