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Breast Health

Understanding Your Breasts


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.

There's a serious shift in the bra market encouraged by the increase in work-from-home jobs.

While generally harmless, it's necessary to rule out breast cancer in certain instances.

Scabs can result from both harmful and harmless factors, and at-home treatments can help.

Breast Conditions

The Facts About Breast Conditions

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

Here's what to expect from this test and how you can prepare for it.

Whether you have a lot or a little, there is no normal when it comes to hair on your areola.

Newsflash: Sometimes they don't point outward—and that's usually okay.

Improving Breast Health

Improving Breast Health

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

Lifestyle changes can help reduce your risk of developing cancer.

Can strength training tone your tatas? Experts weigh in.

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

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