Radio One and listeners are honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month by dressing in pink every Friday!

On Thursday, the American Cancer Society released a shocking new report with disturbing findings — for the first time in history, breast cancer incidence in Black women is equal to that of their White counterparts. The statistics were a shocking blow as Black women’s mortality rate has consistently been higher than any other racial or […]

Though many of us overlook breast cancer because it may not be a disease we've personally struggled with, chances are we all know someone who has.

If DeAngelo were Caucasian if there would be the same level of opposition while trying to honor his late family members and empower breast cancer survivors?

Juices 1 medium mango ½ cup of pineapple 3 cups of spinach Benefits: anti-inflammatory, antioxidants (mangiferin, quercetin), vitamins (A, C, D, K), chlorophyll, iron, folate…


AMERIHEALTH DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON BREAST CANCER AWARENESS Oct 24, 2014 Providence Hospital 1150 Varnum Street, N.E Washington, D.C. —AmeriHealth District of Columbia, the largest Medicaid managed care organization in the District of Columbia and a member of the AmeriHealth Caritas Family of Companies, is collaborating with It’s In The Genes LLC (IITG), […]

  The Susan G. Komen Foundation has enlisted the help of a doo-wop to remind you to get tested for Breast Cancer. Susan G. Komen…

Many women who go through breast cancer treatment have to deal with the loss of hair. We all know that a woman’s hair is truly…

Women's Health

“The ultimate reason to support a charity is its results,” says Sandra Miniutti, vice president of marketing and CFO of Charity Navigator . “Review their website to assess recent accomplishments and goals; this is an area where many donors run into trouble with breast cancer. They think they are supporting research, but it’s really advocacy […]