BreastNotes.com was created to help you to understand the breast: its development and growth patterns, its function and purpose, its role in various societies, its care, and its problems.
o better understand the breast, we offer instructional information in our Anatomy section. Drawings, diagrams and images serve as references, and will illustrate the details that we cover elsewhere in this site.
ny cancer that grows in our body will kill us. . .unless we can find it and get it out of our body AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!! The three most important things that we can do to find a growth in the breast that may become malignant are: regularly scheduled mammograms, annual Clinical Breast Exams with your health practitioner, and monthly Breast Self-Examination.. We want to show you how to do Breast Self Exams properly.
or many, God placed breasts on our bodies for the sole purpose of feeding our offspring. With an increased knowledge of breast anatomy, and an explanation about how breasts produce milk, we hope to encourage more mothers to make the choice to breastfeed their new arrivals. Visit the Breastfeeding Section
lot of research has been done since the mid 1990's about whether there is a possible link between the wearing of a brassier and it causing a higher risk of breast cancer in the one wearing it. We have added a section that will directly deal with this concept where we will publish literature from some of those researchers. You will find it under Bra/Breast Cancer. We hope that you will take the opportunity to read what these innovative people have to say to us.
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|Article Title:||Description:||New or Modified||Date:|
|Building A Bra-Free Wardrobe||"If I am going to lose the bra, how do I select clothing that will not make my breasts look like they went South?"||New||Jun 2015|
|Bra Free - Story Numer Nine||"My breasts are no longer as painful as they were before I eliminated my bras. I do not plan to ever put one back on again."||Modified||Apr 2015|
|Bra Free - Story Number Eight||"I made the decision to go braless many years ago, after my mother died of breast cancer at the age of 56"||Modified||Apr 2015|
|Bra Free - Story Number Seven||"After leaving the bra off for two weeks, my breasts felt much better, which was an unexpected surprise."||Modified||Mar 2015|
|Bra Free - Story Number Six||"Together, we can push the boundary and create the change that is necessary for the health of all women."||Modified||Feb 2015|
|Fashion Notes||A place where readers can offer tips, ideas and sources regarding fashion wear.||New||Feb 2015|
|The Big Bra Bailout: Sloppy Study Shows Conflict Of Interest Sydney Ross Singer||The National Cancer Institute has funded a study by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to look into the bra-cancer link in order to refute research showing this link is responsible for a majority of breast cancer cases. We have two responses.||New||Jan 2015|
|Hutchinson Study Is A False Report By Ken L Smith||New||Jan 2015|
|Preventing Pain from Sarcoidosis of the Skin and Joints By Henry & Nina W.||Looking to reduce her daily pain from Sarcoidosis she found success... and he found a solution to his erectile dysfunction||New||Jan 2015|
|Bra Free - Story Number Five||"I consider it my mission to bring others to the bra-free lifestyle/movement! If I help one person I will feel forever blessed."" Author's image has been added.||Modified||Nov 2014|
Breast Cancer Is Preventable
Link to an article by Sydney Ross Singer
|An about multiple studies that support the connection between wearing a bra and breast cancer, and points out there are NO studies that prove otherwise.||New||Oct 2013|
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