Lifting the fog on breast-cancer screening and risks
Like a campfire ember that refuses to fade, the mammogram debate has smoldered since doctors first began using the X-rays as a breast-cancer screening tool in the 1970s. They save lives. They don’t. They result in too many false positives that freak women out. Throw in expert statements that...
Knowledge Is Power: Lessons Learned from Your First Trimester
When you are pregnant, you have many worries, but really only one concern: Is the baby healthy?