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Tag Archives: national breast cancer foundation
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During this month, there is an added push to make people aware of this devastating disease and help them learn all they can as we all fight to end it forever. As research is being done everyday, we can’t wait to hear when the eventual cure is found. Until then, prevention and education are our strongest weapons.
We’ve collected many useful pieces to help educate and inform as we all work to find a cure.
Diet and Breast Cancer
There are many studies connecting the relationship between diet and cancer, specifically breast cancer. The research is yielding new findings all the time. Staying aware is often key in cure and prevention.
Weight Loss and Breast Cancer
Obesity has been linked to cancer in some studies. Learn how a healthy body weight can be a powerful cancer prevention method. Also read how the consumption of high fat foods can play a role in cancer connections.
Breast Cancer Prevention Diet
Dr. Bob Arnot, NBC News chief medical correspondent, has written a book outlining studies that point to certain lifestyle choices including diet, that may prevent breast cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means it’s time for DietsInReview.com’s third annual Blogs Against Breast Cancer donation drive. During the month of October, when you publish this “My Blog Cares” badge on your blog or website, we’ll make a $5 donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Our fundraising goal is $500*, and this year, VML, a digital marketing agency, has generously agreed to match that amount. For each $5 donation you help us contribute to NBCF, VML will donate $5. So you can help us raise $10 for breast cancer simply by placing this badge on your blog. It’s a win-win-win-win… you get the idea!
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Update 10/1/10: Join the 2010 Blogs Against Breast Cancer
Update: Thanks to the 86 bloggers who joined the Blogs Against Breast Cancer this year, we were able to raise $430 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation!
It’s time for DietsInReview.com’s second annual Blogs Against Breast Cancer donation drive. During the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, if you publish this “My Blog Cares” button on your blog or Web site, we’ll donate $5 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation in honor of your site.
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- Place the HTML on your blog or Web site
- Contact us here with a link to where your My Blog Cares button is placed
Thanks to each and every one of you who participated in our October Biggest Donation and Biggest Giveaway Ever! We asked you to sign-up for our DietsInReview.com newsletters, and for each new subscriber, we promised to donate $1 to breast cancer research.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation was selected as the recipient of our $555 donation. There were 535 new sign-ups, and four people published the Blogs Against Breast Cancer button for a $5 donation each.
We are pleased to offer this donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and hope that it’s one more step toward finding a cure.
Learn more about the ways diet, nutrition and fitness can reduce your risk of breast cancer.