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Understanding Your Breasts

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Breast wellness is an important part of overall health, so don't fall for misinformation.

Reviewed by Trilochan Hiremath, M.D. , | Diagnostic Radiology, | Diagnostic Radiology

The Basics
Breast Conditions
Improving Breast Health

The Basics

The Facts About Breast Health

Education and routine self-exams are the best practices for long-term health.

Discomfort and swelling may occur during PMS, but there are ways to reduce it.

One woman tells her story of being diagnosed with Poland syndrome.

Galactorrhea could be a sign of an underlying condition.

Breast Conditions

The Facts About Breast Conditions

Common breast conditions may cause worrisome symptoms, but most aren't cause for worry.

While intraductal papilloma is usually benign, you should still get screened to rule out cancer.

By assessing the type of pain you're feeling, we can narrow down the cause.

Learn the symptoms of common breast conditions to stay proactive with your breast health.

Improving Breast Health

Improving Breast Health

Your breast health isn't just about cancer. Daily care can prevent other complications, as well.

Can strength training tone your tatas? Experts weigh in.

Preventive medicine's global perspective challenges Western assumptions on wellness.

Breast health can't be separated from full-body health, and there are many benefits to both.

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