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When Sherrie Warner was putting on a bathing suit during the first week of June, she noticed some dimpling at the side of her breast.
One New York woman is baring it all on Instagram for the most inspiring reason. Here’s why Paige More had a preventative double mastectomy.
This image went viral and it helped one woman detect her own breast cancer. Now she’s spreading the word by calling B.S on ‘cute’ cancer awareness posts
Watch these inspiring, beautiful and courageous women share their breast cancer survival stories as part of the Courage to Conquer awareness drive.
Double mastectomy: one woman’s honest account of what it really feels like, physically and emotionally, to have both breasts removed.
What actually causes breast cancer? Be aware – because it’s not just about the risk factors, but how they combine that can lead to the disease…
We’ve all wondered what it feels like to have a mammogram – what actually happens, and is it sore? So we sent someone to have one and give us the truth…
We are changing our still 500ml to a fabulous pink! Cancer is one of the major killers in South Africa and because aQuelle’ is 100% FOR PEOPLE we want to make a difference.
At the age of 61, Penny Parolis, owner of PDL Distributors – importers of lingerie and swimwear – was diagnosed with breast cancer while on holiday in Greece. Penny shares her story about beating the illness…
Today is World Health Day and the focus is food safety. This includes thinking about the meat we eat. Here are our top three reasons to go meatless this week…
Our very brave assistant editor decided to shave her hair for her stepfather who has been battling cancer for four years and is a survivor! Watch the video of her doing it here!
WH acting copy editor, Vanessa Rogers, tried out the SensaTouch Glove, a device aimed at helping women effectively conduct their monthly breast self-exam.