Archive for July, 2010

Losing the Battle but Winning the War

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Every so often, I’m painfully reminded how lucky and blessed I am. Too often I hear about women who have died from breast cancer.

Today, I read about Leah Siegel, who, at 43, lost her battle with breast cancer. She was a pioneer in the world of sports, one of the first women to become a full-time field producer for ESPN. She won three Emmy Awards for her work.

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Does Milk Really Do a Body Good?

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Today I was reminded of how much the media play a role in influencing our decisions and lifestyles. We rely on the media to tell us what is good and what is bad for us; and we typically subscribe to whatever we see, and hear, over and over and over again.  

We buy into the “story.” We believe it and we live it.  It doesn’t matter if it’s food, politics, clothes or even some performance-enhancing drug that claims to makes those intimate moments — or hours, I guess you could say — way better. We buy into it, believing what we’re being told rather than doing our own due diligence. 

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Welcome to Breast Cancer Partner!

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Breast Cancer Partner focuses on breast cancer recovery through health and wellness. We promote holistic solutions as a means to help you overcome potential obstacles to recovery. Our aim is to help shepherd you through the recovery process by providing information, resources, and tools to help you effectively deal with life post treatment.

The Breast Cancer Partner website helps you navigate through life after breast cancer in order to recover from treatment, restore your life back to its “new” normal, and reenergize to live strong and healthy.

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