May 19th, 2011

Beautiful Breasts Demand Care

The connection between feminism and beautiful breasts are something inseparable. But, as women are of different kinds, so is the shape and size of their breasts. Some may have small or large while some carry the perfect ones, firm and beautiful.  While the firm ones have a future ahead, those that follow principles of gravity have created and nurtured life. Whatsoever may be the type, every female desires for beautiful breasts. So, now the question arises of how to take a proper care of breast and to know the actual factors that must be concentrated upon in order to have those firm and beautiful signs of femininity, well in shape. My Health Guardian talks about few essential tips for

March 5th, 2010

Breast Cancer: Myths versus Facts

Breast cancer is on rise in urban women. Like all cancers, this one too can be cured if detected early. Yet, many myths prevail on the subject. My Health Guardian talks to Dr Siddharth Sahani, leading breast cancer specialist of the town and tells you the truth. 1. Only women with a family history get breast cancer. Of, the majority of women who get breast cancer, 70% have no family history and majority of them have none of the identifiable risk factors. If you have a family history, your chances are increased of getting breast cancer and you should get screening mammograms done earlier than other women. 2. Only women get breast cancer. Men do get breast cancer, although it is rare. If

October 28th, 2009

How to defeat breast cancer

Breast cancer is the most malignant tumor, is considered to be the leading cause of deaths in women between 25-50. But if discovered in its earlier stage the disease can be treated successfully. Breast cancer is a huge health threat for Indian women. One out of 10 women either has or will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Typically Indian women get married, breastfeed children and still fall prey to breast cancer. The sooner breast cancer is diagnosed, greater is the chance of crossing the five-year survival rate.  Dr Siddhharth Sahni, consultant breast surgeon, Artemis Health Institute, cautions…. ‘The youngest patient I saw was of 28 and the oldest was of 90. The average

October 26th, 2009

I Defeated Breast Cancer

 Rajni Arora was going to be 44, when life sprang a surprise. The first time she spotted a lump in her neckline, she was apprehensive. The diagnosis gave words to her worst fears. She tells…. I was diagnosed with breast cancer in November 2002. An ultrasound guided FNAC confirmed cancer. As I prepared for the surgery, my immediate worry was for my children. I felt they were too young to face life on their own. But I kept a brave front and we decided to go to a cancer hospital so that all my treatment could be done under one roof. The surgery was scheduled within days of the diagnosis and informing the family was the hardest. I told my son who had been 14 then, about the lump and the

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