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Breast cancer is an illness commonly found in African American women and some men. According to the American Cancer Society, women can start getting mammograms at age 40. At 45, they should be checked every year. A mammogram is an X-ray of the breast and is completed by a healthcare professional. Women don’t have to…

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During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, rolling out is helping women (and men) understand the complicated aspects of the second most common form of cancer, breast cancer. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, cancer is a broad term for a class of diseases characterized by abnormal cells that grow and invade healthy cells in the body.…

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Today Falcon fans are still recovering from the loss of their Atlanta Falcons team who had great opportunities to win the game against the San Diego Chargers; especially since there were two different quarters where they were leading in double digits. Matt Ryan probably wanted to kick himself when he threw that interception in the…

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It’s time to think pink. With breast cancer awareness month in full swing, we’re breaking down top beauty secrets for breast cancer survivors who require chemotherapy. According to a new study funded by the Avon Foundation, African-American women are nearly half, 43%, as likely to die from breast cancer than White women. In 2013, 230,815…

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Image consultant and style professional Cherise B is bringing fashion to the forefront of corporate America, one business suit at a time through her firm White Diamond Image Consulting. The Atlanta-based company caters to an array of high-profile clientele including CEOs, small business owners and celebrities. She believes enhancing their outward appearance will help them attract…

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Atlanta-raised R&B singer Bobby V is back with a new single, “Hollywood Hearts,” and his anticipated Christmas album debuting on iTunes in the next upcoming weeks. He is most famously known for his distinct melodic sound and smash R&B songs like “Slow Down and “Tell Me,” but now the talented singer-songwriter is treading new ground with his blossoming acting career…

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October was proclaimed National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 1985. While the Susan G. Komen Foundation and several other national organizations have impacted our culture, the need remains for even more women to be encouraged to get mammograms on a regular basis, as early detection is the best prevention. The following celebrities have battled breast cancer,…

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