What are the risk factors for the development of breast cancer and can we take preventative steps against them? In some cases with the factors listed below, the answer is yes, but in others we have little choice.
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Not only is human breast milk free of charge and available on tap, but it’s also amazing because it contains exactly what your baby needs nutritionally, and adapts to his exact stage of development.
An ample bosom is one of the most sought-after features of femininity, but anyone with a large chest will tell you that a cavernous cleavage is not all it’s cracked up to be; shapely curves come at a price.
Ever since breasts were trussed up, corseted and generally hidden from view, they have been a natural source of gossip throughout the ages.
Your friend has just been diagnosed with breast cancer. You’re torn between crumbling alongside her and wanting to keep her strong. Breast cancer is a battle, is it not? Then she must be a warrior, setting out to slay her enemy!
Entrusting your body to a complete stranger is a daunting task at the best of times, but when it’s regarding surgery on such a personal area on the body, it’s vital to choose the right man – or woman – for the job.
At first glance the reason behind breasts seems obvious: they’re there to feed our children. All mammals have lactating mammary glands – in fact the word ‘mammal’ itself originates from the Latin mammalis, literally meaning ‘of the breast’.
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