Blog Posts - Mammograms



The Big Pink Blitz

October is when we all leap onto the breast cancer awareness bandwagon. Everyone can be a hero in the fight. All we have to do is to wear pink, the official color of breast cancer awareness. Voices exhort us, not … Continue reading →...
by Writing Life on Oct 14, 2015

Did you Mammo?

This is not my usual blog — well, it IS about being middle aged, and it IS about the madness we encounter, and it IS about the magic that saves us — I guess this is just a quickie blog. But an important blog. I had a mammogram three years...
by Humoring The Goddess on Nov 10, 2014

#WW Batter Up

How many women has this dirty perve gone to second base with? http://feeds.feedburner.com/CatchMyWords...
by Catch My Words on Aug 5, 2014

This Test or That Check-Up?

This Test or That Check-Up? Do You Need This Test or That Check-Up? Throughout our lives, we hear recommendations on what to tests to have. It starts as early as when babies get their first immunizations, and as we age we try to follow healthcare ...
by The Things Women Want on Jul 23, 2014

The Importance of Mammograms

The Importance of MammogramsWomen’s Health: The Importance of Mammograms Approximately one out of eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point during her lifetime, which is why yearly mammograms are so important for every woma...
by The Things Women Want on Oct 15, 2013

Breast Cancer Heroes Galore Blog HopBreast Cancer Awareness Galore on Pinterest

We support Breast Cancer Awareness. Most people know someone who has been touched by some type of cancer. We have two family members who have this deadly disease, although it's not breast cancer. Please join our Breast Cancer Heroes Galore Blog...
by Barbara's Beat on Oct 2, 2013

Survey Challenges in Finding Breast Cancer Awareness

American ladies concerns regarding breast cancer risk has subsided in the past six years , and few could cite either the age or the frequency at which the mammogram is recommended - the signs of the ongoing challenges in maintaining awareness of brea...
by HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP on Oct 1, 2013

Mammograms a medical hoax!

Mammograms a medical hoax!Over 1 million American women maimed by unnecessary 'treatment' for cancer they never had!Happy New Year and Beware:As if fraud and criminal activities couldn't get worse, they do.  Such deceptive manipulation of peop...

Washington Post Admits President Obama Lied About Planned Parenthood (Video)

We broke this same lie by President Obama before. We have also caught Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthoods' President, in the same lie.
by Red Alexandria on Oct 27, 2012

How Stupid Do Liberals Think Women Are? (Video)

See this post for reference. “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or milita...
by Red Alexandria on Oct 23, 2012

Planned Parenthood Does Not Provide Mammograms, No Matter What Obama Says

President Obama claimed again last night during the debate that Planned Parenthood provides mammograms and Mitt Romney will take those mammograms away from women. (I’m paraphrasing here, but that was the gist of it.) Democrats frequently repeat...
by The Lonely Conservative on Oct 17, 2012

Theme Thursday: Connections

Will be published Feb. 2013 Today I visited the place where connections are made. I waited an hour to be a part of the connection, but that hour went fast because I had Ruta Sepetys' new book "Out of the Easy" about the daughter of a prostitute strug...
by Catch My Words on Jul 26, 2012

Mammograms Beat Thermography for Breast Cancer Detection: Study

By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, May 4 (HealthDay News) -- Thermography -- a breast cancer detection method touted by some as a substitute for mammography -- is an unreliable cancer screen, according to new research.In a study of about 18...
by jooglej on May 29, 2012

Necessary Evils

I got my mammies grammed today. I had my first mammogram when I was 35 -- five years earlier than recommended -- because my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. This, of course, increases my chances of having it; the good news is that she was 70,...
by I've Been There, Claire! on Mar 21, 2012

Bamboozler-in-Chief on Women's Health Issues

President Obama made the following statement at a rally in Houston yesterday:And, yes, change is health care reform that we passed after a century of trying... Because of this law, preventive care is now covered. And, yes, that includes preventive ca...
by Proof Positive on Mar 13, 2012


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