Category: Awareness

Your May Breast Health Horoscope

KAB Breastscopes: Your monthly astrological guide to breast health. Here at Keep A Breast, we believe that everything is connected and that our overall health and wellness is influenced by everything around us. We had the idea of creating personalized health guides based on the zodiac (with a focus on breast health, of course). We’ve… Read more »

2017 Global Impact

 As Keep A Breast embarks on its 18th year, I wanted to personally thank everyone for their involvement in this organization and its mission. To celebrate, we’re looking back on our amazing achievements of 2017! Sending so much love to our partners, donors, DIYers, volunteers, followers, participants, and anyone who has supported our work. Here’s to an even bigger… Read more »

Your April Breast Health Horoscope

Introducing KAB Breastscopes: Your monthly astrological guide to breast health. Here at Keep A Breast, we believe that everything is connected and that our overall health and wellness is influenced by everything around us. We had the idea of creating personalized health guides based on the zodiac (with a focus on breast health, of course)…. Read more »

How checking myself has helped improve my body image

Back in January, HelloGiggles published an article called “How your body image is actually affecting your health — and might even be threatening your life”. I read it, loved it, and shared it on various Keep A Breast channels (as I do). It’s a super important piece about how poor body image often stops women… Read more »

Her new boyfriend found her lump and it changed how she treats her body, relationships, and life forever

This year, we had the opportunity to partner with True&Co on their True Body Front Closure + Bra which was inspired by and designed specifically with survivors in mind. Through this partnership, we have been able to speak and connect with some truly incredible survivors, like Ash Armstrong, aka Breast Cancer Yogi.  Armstrong describes herself as “kicking cancer’s ass,… Read more »

Black Breasts Matter

Different communities are disproportionately impacted by breast cancer and other diseases in different ways. These issues need to be addressed and talked about in order to incite change. While breast cancer is more common in white women the mortality rate for black women is higher. This Black History Month, we have been thinking a lot of… Read more »

Are you one of the 50k people checking themselves with our Check Yourself! app?

Early detection is the key and knowing what is “normal” for your body is an integral part of that. We developed our Check Yourself! App to do just that: help young women all over the world to develop a healthy life-long relationship with their bodies. By checking yourself once a month, you are able to… Read more »

These Rad Surfers Are Stoked on Their Boobies! (Most of the time)

Happy Valentine’s Day! We’re big softies here at Keep A Breast and we LOVE love! But you know what really warms our hearts? When women love their boobies! That’s exactly what our favorite surfer babes from the Herewith magazine’s “Squeeze Box” feature are doing this Valentine’s Day. The girls when in-depth on what they love (and… Read more »

These Boobies Were Made for Marching: Women’s March LA 2018

Stop by our Traveling Education Booth in Grand Park at the 2nd Women’s March LA.  Women’s health is threatened under the current administration, so we are marching the streets of LA for the second time: using our voices in solidarity with women and people all across the world to showcase our values and what we believe… Read more »