Women at higher risk, like those who’ve already had breast cancer or have BRCA gene mutations, would be expected to benefit much more.But, for the average woman, “there is simply no ‘right’ answer to whether a woman should undergo mammographic screening.” It should be left up to each woman to make up their own mind.“Screening has become an easy way for both doctor and patient to think they are doing something good for their health.” But getting screened for cancer doesn’t change their risk of getting cancer in the first place. The same diet and lifestyle that can protect against cancer can also protect against the leading killer of women.Here’s the number of women dying from breast cancer versus the number of women dying from heart disease.It would miss a few cancers, but in 15 cases, find too many: women diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer unnecessarily.
Many times the man will have jealousy issues and are not trusting of the woman. Older women know how fast time goes by and how important having this security is -- especially as we age. When the spark of romance blossoms between two people sometimes age does not matter.You must attribute the article to Nutrition with a link back to our website in your republication.If any changes are made to the original text or video, you must indicate, reasonably, what has changed about the article or video.Either they aren't yet comfortable with it or they haven't been able to tap into their resources yet.As we all know, bad communication in any relationship is a recipe for disaster. The mother figure often comes into play in this kind of relationship.