Category: Education

Pinkwashing is a Thing, This is How We Keep Our Partnerships Transparent

photo by Lindsey Byrnes Breast Cancer Action coined the term pinkwashing as part of their Think Before You Pink® campaign. Pinkwasher: (pink’-wah-sher) noun. A company or organization that claims to care about breast cancer by promoting a pink ribbon product, but at the same time produces, manufactures and/or sells products that are linked to the… Read more »

A Dozen Things You Can Do Now to Help Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer

The Keep A Breast Foundation was founded in response to the growing need for breast cancer awareness programs that focus on educating young people.  October is a big month to raise awareness of the need for prevention education for young people. We work on this all year, but October gives us a huge platform to… Read more »

Your guide to a non-toxic summer!

The month of August reminds me a lot of Sundays. You want to love it because hey, still the summer, right? But you also deep down resent it because you know September, the Monday of calendar months, is right around the corner. Fear not my fellow summerphiles, because we still have time to make the… Read more »

What Pride has got us thinking about breast cancer

We know that summer has arrived when we begin to see rainbow flags everywhere! From storefront windows to Facebook profile pictures, Pride aptly marks that time of the year when we’re most free and the future looks brightest: saying goodbye to school; looking forward to vacation, and making the most of the longest days of… Read more »

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 »

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 »

Get to know Breast “Cancer-Warrior” Ericka Hart

This year, we had the opportunity to partner with the unique and amazing bra company, True&Co. Through this partnership, we have been able to speak and connect with some truly incredible survivors, Through this partnership, we have been able to speak and connect with some truly incredible survivors, like Ericka Hart.  We’ve been fans of Ericka… Read more »

Sun Safety for Survivors: 6 Ways to Keep the Sun Fun This Summer

Happy Summer Solstice!  It’s officially summertime and that means beach and pool time! All that fun in the sun could lead to some other stuff, like tan lines or even sun burns. Sun exposure is a very real issue – it is the primary cause of skin cancer. While everyone is at risk for skin… Read more »