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Category Archives: Health and fitness
Yoga has taught Sarah Chain more than how to stretch and strengthen my muscles — it’s taught her how to see the high notes, even from the lowest places.
Forget creamy, cheesy dips that come loaded with calories. For your next party, try this lightened up recipe, instead.
Diane McElwaine, oncology coordinator at the York Cancer Center, said it’s often a hard transition for patients to make.
The pressure to conform to a specific kind of woman is silly — and Sarah Chain is cutting herself some slack.
Organizers of the York Young Survival Coalition Face 2 Face Networking said younger women who have breast cancer need different support than older women who also have the disease.
Maryland-based tattoo artist Vinnie Myers’ 3-D nipple tattoos have refined — some say redefined — breast cancer reconstruction.
According to the American Cancer Society, more than 232,340 women are diagnosed with invasive breast cancer annually. Of those, about 27,000 are women 45 and under, or about 12 percent, and approximately half of those women are postpartum, defined as being within five years of having given birth.
Funded by the U.S. National Institutes for Health, the “Legacy” study represents a shift in the focus of cancer research from diagnosis and treatment to prevention.
A new film, “Decoding Annie Parker,” tells the story of Parker and Mary-Claire King, portrayed respectively by Oscar-recognized actors Samantha Morton and Helen Hunt.
Nutritionists want well-meaning friends to ask their loved ones a few questions before heading for the kitchen.