Study: High Fiber Intake While Young May Lower Breast Cancer RiskResearchers found women who eat high-fiber foods during adolescence and young adulthood may have significantly lower breast cancer risk.
Study: Sugar Intake May Increase Risk For Breast CancerAccording to a study, high amounts of dietary sugar in the typical Western diet may increase the risk of breast cancer and metastasis to the lungs.
Zeoli Show Log 10.29.15Rich discussed the Republican debate, Ted Cruz's rant about the media, women getting surgery to look good in yoga pants and live tweets ruining live television. He also discussed Chris Christie's fantasy football comment, Susquehanna changing mascots and The View attacks Carly Fiorina. Rich spoke with Dr. Mazz during a special debate edition of Ask The Doctor.
American Cancer Society Has New Guidelines On When Mammograms Should StartThe American Cancer Society has issued new guidelines on breast cancer screenings for women.
Women's Wellness Day Event Focuses On Breast Cancer AwarenessA unique exhibit was held at a women's health fair in the parking lot of the South Philadelphia Target.
Healthy College Lifestyles Can Help Women Prevent Breast Cancer Decades LaterBreast cancer is rare among college age women, but lifestyle choices made during those years could be lifesaving far into the future.
Scientists Say Blood Test Could Predict Breast Cancer Relapse Before Tumors FormBritish scientists say they’ve developed a blood test for breast cancer that could predict a relapse months before tumors form again.
Survey: Young Breast Cancer Survivors Make Treatment Choices Based On Fertility ConcernsA new survey finds young breast cancer survivors are making treatment decisions based on concerns about having children.
Komen, Philadelphia Police Celebrate Funds Raised For Breast CancerKomen Philadelphia teamed up with the Philadelphia Police Department on Tuesday to honor Team Pink Cuffs, a group of Philly cops that have raised thousands to cure breast cancer.
Free Mammograms Offered At 6th Annual BreastFest In GermantownFree mammograms and speakers about breast health were some of the highlights Wednesday at the sixth annual BreastFest in Germantown.
Women Unaware Of High Risk For Lung CancerLung cancer causes more deaths among US women than colon, breast, and pancreatic cancer combined.
CDC: Many Americans Are Not Getting The Recommended Cancer ScreeningsThe CDC says about one-fourth of eligible women are not up-to-date with breast cancer screenings, and about two in five adults are not getting the recommended test for colorectal cancer.