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Bigger boobs, why? Huge breasts don’t make you smarter, taller or less likely to get cancer. And still breast size enhancement tops the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s 2006 list as the number one cosmetic surgical procedure performed on women.

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IPOH: Breast cancer is on the rise and the patients are getting younger, said Ipoh Hospital surgery department head Dr Stephen Jacob.

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Most women are very concerned about breast health, and particularly about avoiding breast cancer. It’s certainly an important issue to address because, “Aside from non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. Breast cancer is the number one cause of cancer death in Hispanic women.

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For the past few years, I have dealt with a condition known as breast acne. I have spent the past few years researching treatments for this condition and have also researched different ways to prevent breast acne. Stridex makes pads that are perfect for sensitive skin.

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The American College of Physicians today issued new mammography guidelines for breast cancer screening for women in their 40s.

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Breast enhancement can give women big boosts in self-esteem and make them feel sexier, according to a not-so-surprising finding published in the current issue of Plastic Surgical Nursing.

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A study published a while back in Archives of Internal Medicine presented evidence that women who exercise regularly may have a reduced risk of developing breast cancer, especially the most aggressive types.

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As life move on, I see more and more women with breast implantation. Every year, million of women are having breast implantation. With the “Kylie syndrome”, these women are getting more worry about their risk of having breast cancer.
Beside sorry about having breast cancer, they also are wondering if mammograms are safe to perform on silicon implanted breasts. They also are thinking that silicone blocks visibility of tumors in mammogram.

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Doctors in Wales are calling on the National Assembly to promote discreet breastfeeding of babies in public places where children are allowed.

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When a woman gets a mastectomy for breast cancer, her age shouldn’t single-handedly rule out breast reconstruction — even after age 60, researchers say in a new study. The study comes from Cameron Bowman, MD, and colleagues at Vancouver, Canada’s University of British Columbia. It was published in the July issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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