There’s a lot of breast cancer information out there. Like, a lot. Sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start on your search for information. And often the information that you find can be confusing and overwhelming. That’s why we’ve partnered with I HAD CANCER to create this super informative infographic that breaks it all down for you!
For the entire month of January Mohawk Bend in Echo Park will feature a one-of-a-kind pizza that will benefit Keep A Breast. Four dollars from every Keep Abreast and Curry On pizza sold will benefit our prevention and education programs. Read to find out what cancer-fighting ingredients we picked!
Keep A Breast is dreaming of a non-toxic Christmas! We’ve put together a handy gift guide to help you fill the stockings of all the guys and gals on your list. And the best part? It’s all non-toxic!
Breast cancer survivor and advocate, Miss Nixon gives you the low down and guides you on how to talk to someone going through breast cancer.
Here at Keep A Breast, we hear amazing, personal messages about the meaning of our “i love boobies!” bracelets everyday. We created the bracelets to show solidarity for breast cancer awareness, yet we’ve learned that the bracelets also mean other things to each wearer, and that different people wear them for different reasons. Our bracelets have truly become the “pink ribbon” of the younger generation.
In honor of Men’s Health Month, Keep A Breast wants to clear up some misconceptions about male breast cancer. That’s right dudes, you can get breast cancer too.
The Keep A Breast Foundation announces an exclusive art show in conjunction with Rockstar Energy Drink and Sullen Art Collective to come together to celebrate the closing of The Inked Up World Tour and raise awareness for breast cancer prevention Keep A Breast and 12 of the best tattoo artists in the country have combined sculpture, philanthropy, and symbolic artistry creating one-of-a-kind plaster forms made from the female torso of 12 celebrity castees.
Breast Cancer Awareness month (or Breast Cancer Prevention month as we like to call it at Keep A Breast) is over and by now you have probably seen your fair share of pink ribbons and sports stars going pink for breast cancer. But what does it mean? How can you lower your risk for cancer? And why should you care? Learn 10 ways you can lower your risk now!
Are you looking for a way to stay fit with little effort? Hiking is an excellent way to lower your risk of cancer, while enjoying the great outdoors at the same time! Here are Keep A Breast’s top five reasons you should hit the trails.