Nothing has ever made me feel so powerless as the day my sister — my confidante, my best friend, my hero — was diagnosed with breast cancer.
She was fortunate enough to catch the disease early (and has since entered remission!), but it’s gotten me thinking a lot about the need for better access to women’s health information.
Many thanks for all that you do to support the amazing power of women!
Helen Carter of http://selfexam.org/
In Durango visit The Women’s Resource Center
Here are a few more resources — check it out:
Olivia Newton-John on healthy cooking, life after breast cancer, and the magic of laughter!
Breast cancer prevention: How to reduce your risk
Marriage and Mental Health: How to Cope When Your Spouse Has Been Diagnosed with Schizophrenia
Optimal Diet and Nutrition for Healthy Pregnancy
What is postpartum depression?
Cervical Cancer: Symptoms, Treatment, & Stages
A Healthy Home is a Happy Home: How to Optimize Your Home for Healthy, Stress-free LivingTalking to Your Partner about Menopause
Olivia Newton-John on Breast Cancer Awareness