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  • Celeb Diets
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    Hey Dolls- Wanna lose a few LBs? What woman doesn’t right? I feel like I am always conscious of everything I put in my mouth. It has gotten bad. I’m now aware of what complete strangers are putting in their mouths too! I saw a lady and her teen daughter in the mall sipping the Venti size Caramel Iced Coffee the other day and my first thought was ‘That’s more calories than I can eat all day’.     I missed out on a long list of foods (and drinks) I used to love because I wanted to lose weight or at least avoid gaining weight. However, I realized that my weight obession stems more from seeing beautiful people everywhere I turn. It’s on tv, magazines, movies, and the lyrics in music. I’m getting older now, only a few short months away from thirty, so now a younger more fit generation of women are in the clubs or bars. Beautiful people are popping up everwhere I turn. In the meantime my metabolism slowed down and my love for food sped up!    I started to really think about this. If we are unconsicously striving to compete with celebrities, what are they doing…
    Written on Monday, 29 October 2012 21:21 in Neisha's Blog Read 111858 times
  • October is Breast Cancer Month
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    It is a fact that breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among African American women age 18 to 39. Statistics have revealed that African American Woman between 18 – 39 are twice as likely to die from breast cancer as white women of the same age group. It is also true that African American women tend to be more susceptible to the aggressive forms of breast cancer. This makes it harder for doctors to treat; as these more aggressive forms do not respond well to traditional treatments such chemotherapy. In fact a study revealed that 20-30 percent of African women who are stricken by breast cancer will test positive for the more aggressive form of the disease. Breast cancer rates in African American Women age 18 – 39 are about 24 per 100,000 as compared 10 per 100,000 for white women, and 8 per 100,000 for Hispanics. Approximately 230, 480 new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in 2011 resulting in 40, 000 deaths. Black women have a higher incidence rate before age 40 and are more likely to die of cancer at every stage. Breast cancer mortality rate is 41 percent higher among black women than…
    Written on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 13:33 in Neisha's Blog Read 447384 times