Items having to do with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Cut Your Risk of Breast Cancer by Exercising and Staying Active
Apparently it’s quite simple: exercise reduces a woman’s risk of breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month’s Connection to ‘Back to the Future’
On ‘Back to the Future Day’ folks will be nostalgic. Maybe wishing for DeLorean. Not many people will be noting the connection to Breast Cancer Awareness Month
How One NFL Player is Helping to Fight Breast Cancer and Save Lives
From the cheerleaders' skirts to the players' gloves and even the referees' attire, the entire NFL organization is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness this month by going pink.
What is Breast Thermography, and Should We Be Using It? [VIDEO]
I had never heard of breast thermography before this month. Now, I am going to suggest that my wife use it in the years leading up to the age where mammograms should start.
Bras Across Northern Colorado – Donate Your Bras in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
We need your bra. OK, you can donate a new bra as well! We’re going to collect all these bras from listeners through October 25th and then spread them out for all of Northern Colorado to see!
10 Celebrities Who Have Survived Breast Cancer [PHOTOS]
You may not have known that these famous women dealt with breast cancer. That's a good thing! They survived, and are living examples to all of us.
P-Ink—Tattoos Bring Immense Comfort to Breast Cancer Survivors [VIDEO]
Where there were breasts, after breast cancer, there are sometimes only scars. P-Ink found an incredible way that artists can help survivors of this difficult disease.
Melissa Etheridge’s ‘I Run for Life’ – A Breast Cancer Awareness Anthem
TRI 102.5 is Going Pink for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. With that, you’ll be hearing ‘I Run for Life’ throughout October. We hope that when you hear it, you’ll be inspired to join is in our campaign: ‘Get checked, Get Support, Get Involved.’
Weld County Health Department Offering Free Mammograms This October
500 women in Colorado die every year from Breast Cancer. When it is detected early, 98% of women survive. Early detection is the key, especially for women over the age of 40
10 Things You Can Do to Prevent Breast Cancer [VIDEO]
There is no known, sure-fire way to prevent breast cancer. Really, we can only put ourselves in the best position to avoid it, but there are powerful things that can be done!
Sheryl Crow and Dr. Oz’s Ultimate Breast Cancer Prevention Guide [VIDEO]
Sheryl Crow is a survivor who used traditional eastern and western treatments to help her through the fight. Here she talks with Dr. Oz about the things that helped her.