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According to the American Cancer Society, about 2,670 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. The lifetime chance of getting breast cancer in the United States for men is 1 in 833. Chicago hip-hop artist Antwone Muhammad was diagnosed with breast cancer in December of 2013. In June of 2014 after surgery and…

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(Photo credit: Tito G Photography) The world consists of two types of energy: positive and negative. As human beings, our bodies absorb positive energy from pleasant or happy experiences or negative energy from pain or stress. As it relates to our well-being or health, my experience in life has led me to believe that positive…

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On Sunday, Oct. 26, Chicago’s hip-hop community came out to support one of its own — Antwone Muhammad, aka Twone Gabz. Since being diagnosed with breast cancer and undergoing a mastectomy earlier this year, the well-respected emcee has made it his life’s mission to raise awareness about the disease and help educate people on prevention.…

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(Photo credit: Tito G Photography) Being diagnosed with Breast Cancer or any Cancer makes a person come to terms with a lot of things in life. I know it definitely made me look at things in my life with a much more critical eye. One thing that I asked myself is “Why do I regularly eat things that I know are  not good for me?” When I go to the grocery store or a restaurant, what are the triggering thoughts or impulses that influence my purchase? Do I ever buy anything solely because  it is providing my mind and body with what it needs to function at its best? Before my diagnosis, my answers to these questions were those of someone…

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