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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
It’s October and you know what that means! It’s time to join Keep A Breast and #CHECKYOURSELFIE! You know all about our re-launched Check Yourself! app, now it’s time to share the message with your friends and followers. Let people know you’ve downloaded the app and that you’re committed to being your own health advocate… Read more »
Keep A Breast teamed up with verynice studio and The Rare Studios to re-think the role of smart phones in breast cancer awareness and prevention. The FREE app provides a visual step-by-step overview of the breast self-exam and allows you to easily schedule an automatic monthly reminder with a pop-up text reminder.
There’s been an ongoing conversation happening in the breast cancer community for a while. A conversation about whether or not checking yourself helps detect a cancer diagnosis or is even necessary for your own health. In 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force pretty much recommended “against teaching breast self-examination (BSE).” Crazy, right? Here at Keep A Breast, we strongly believe that knowing your body and your “normal” is essential to your health. It’s crucial to understand and be aware when something is wrong, even as a teen or young adult.