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  • Karen East's story of survival

    Karen East's story of survival
    Karen East knew something was wrong, even after implant removal and several negative MRIs and mammograms. “I could feel a big lump, and it hurt,” she recalls. “My Aunt Michelle  was not happy with any of the diagnoses from the image/...
  • Gay Gallagher's story of survival

    Gay Gallagher's story of survival
    I was first diagnosed with breast cancer in June 1994, but I knew I had a lump earlier and did nothing about it because of a lack of insurance. As soon as I did receive insurance, I made an appointment with my doctor. A mammogram was taken, and after...
  • National Chocolate Day: 32 of our best chocolate recipes to celebrate

    National Chocolate Day: 32 of our best chocolate recipes to celebrate
    National Chocolate Day: Greatest food holiday ever? I know what you're thinking. Hmmm. What about Thanksgiving? That's a pretty good food holiday. True. Except the part where you have to share all that food with... gulp... family. RECIPES: 32 of our...
  • Cáncer al seno: Eventos en el sur de Florida

    Cáncer al seno: Eventos en el sur de Florida
    Si no has participado hasta ahora en ningún evento para combatir el cáncer al seno. Nunca es tarde. Aún quedan varias actividades hasta fin de mes en las que se puede participar. A continuación algunas de ellas: 15 de octubre, Girls Night Out, una...
  • Marcy Gorman's story of survival

    Marcy Gorman's story of survival
    My family moved to Florida in August 2012, and four months later I was diagnosed with cancer. I felt a lump in my breast and went to my doctor who referred me to a breast specialist. The mammogram was negative and both the MRI and ultrasound were...
  • The Obamacare defunding madness

    The Obamacare defunding madness
    Surely, even for Democrats there's remarkably little joy to be had in watching mainstream Republicans turn on Senators Mike Lee and Ted Cruz for forcing the GOP into a suicide mission. The big show in Washington — the final (at least one can hope)...
  • Belkys Silva's story of survival

    Belkys Silva's story of survival
    When the biopsy for cancer in her left breast came back positive, “my world flipped upside down in a matter of a second,” recalls Belkys Silva. “I was in shock and disbelief, my eyes began to water and a knot formed in my throat as I...
  • Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds Blazes Own Philanthropic Trail

    Kenneth Edmonds is more than just a Babyface. He's an R&B legend with Grammys, multi-platinum records and chart-topping singles under his belt; a father; and a philanthropist. Edmonds is involved with numerous charitable organizations, including the...
  • Navegadoras: Una ayuda incondicional para combatir el cáncer al seno

    Navegadoras: Una ayuda incondicional para combatir el cáncer al seno
    Un lunes temprano por la mañana llega Betsy Casañas, de 61 años, a recibir la última de su primera serie de 12 quimioterapias al Memorial Breast Cancer Center, en Hollywood. "Pero mira qué hermosa has venido", le decía la enfermera Inés Rodríguez a...
  • Nonprofit hospitals: Do they give back enough?

     Nonprofit hospitals: Do they give back enough?
    Although Orlando is a medium-sized metro, its two main hospital systems rank in the big leagues of top-grossing nonprofit hospitals in the nation, according to a recent report. With annual gross charges of $8 billion, Florida Hospital came in fourth out...
  • Better diet tied to fewer deaths after heart attack

    Better diet tied to fewer deaths after heart attack
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who changed their eating habits for the better following a heart attack tended to live longer than those who stuck to eating not-so-heart-healthy foods in a new U.S. study Among some 4,000 men and women, those whose...