Halloween is over and the unofficial start of the holiday weight-gain season has arrived!Although Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away, “trick or treat” candy traditionally weakens willpower and begins an out-of-control holiday tailspin!
Have you noticed an eruption of pink in the last couple of weeks? Football players are wearing pink gloves, shoes and mouthpieces. Runners in crimson-colored shirts race through the streets. Even signature, cherry-studded bagels shaped as a survivor’s ribbon are available for a limited time—enjoy them while you can. These are just a few indications that it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This annual observance started in the 1980s to heighten the awareness of the frequent and needless deaths associated with breast cancer. Specifically, there are many things we can do to help prevent breast cancer and it begins with our lifestyle.