I’m naturally skeptical of medical articles that use words like “prevent” in the title, but the 10 risks in this article are backed up by research, and it’s reasonable to believe that the steps outlined may help reduce the risk, so I’ll just leave the headline as the authors wrote it.
We’re coming close to Breast Cancer Awareness month, when pink ribbons cover everything from toxic cosmetics to BPA-lined food cans, urging us to be aware of breast cancer. But when 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with the disease, how much more awareness do we need? The Breast Cancer Fund is working to shift the conversation from awareness to prevention. The following tips will help turn awareness into individual action in your own life to prevent the disease.