Breast really is best for mother and baby- but only if mom doesn't smoke. A new study found that breastfeeding for more than six months can protect nonsmoking mothers against breast cancer.
Taking certain types of blood pressure drugs may increase women's risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new study,
Scientists have developed a new model that can predict a woman's risk of developing breast, ovarian and endometrial (womb) cancer.
Researchers found that for women diagnosed with breast cancer, white patients outlived black patients by three years.
Doctors will start enlisting early stage breast cancer patients in a trial with the DigniCap brand of cooling caps to test whether or not these caps can prevent chemo hair loss without affecting cancer treatment.
Women who give birth to multiple babies after IVF treatment are 44 percent more likely to develop breast cancer than those giving birth to singletons or who remain childless, a new study suggests.
Having sushi just once or twice a week may significantly lower women's risk of developing breast cancer.
After four pictures revealing mastectomy scars were removed from Facebook, a petition was filed that prompted FAcebook to publish a written statement explaining how the pictures could have mistakenly been taken down due to the Website's policies.
Let this story be another reason why you shouldn't mix work with pleasure. A Texas doctor has been accused of poisoning her lover and coworker's coffee with sweet-tasting chemical used in antifreeze
Women should breastfeed for themselves, experts say.
Researchers announced that a drug called BMN 673 was effective in treating breast and ovarian cancer patients with the BRCA gene mutations.
Researchers discovered that the breast cancer BRCA gene mutations were the most common in African American women.
Menopause could soon become a thing of the past.
Three sisters were kicked out a suburban Philadelphia mall because of their cancer awareness hats.
Yesterday, actress Angelina Jolie came forward with a confession that startled many people: earlier this year, she had chosen to undergo a double mastectomy to remove her breasts, and is planning on having another surgery to remove her ovaries.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.