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Yakima Ramps Up for This Weekend’s Relay for Life [VIDEO]

Yakima's 24-hour Relay For Life event kicks off Saturday morning at Franklin Middle School.

Spokesperson Carolyn Tom says the event starts at noon and that hundreds of people are expected to be a part of the event that raises money for the American Cancer Society

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month — The 7 Best Ways to Donate Now

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We've put together a list of seven of the best charities most deserving of your support.

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Young Women and Alcohol an Unhealthy Mix — Dave’s Diary

All you have to do is a quick cruise through Facebook and you will be shocked by the level of alcohol consumption on display by today’s late teen and young twenty something women.  Medical problem alert!

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Middle Age– Starts When-Ends When? — Dave’s Diary

“You’re only as old as you feel”.   Ever hear that one?  There is much debate about youth and age in the country and culture.  In a drunken tweet Geraldo says 70 is the new 50.  Others say 50 is the new 30. 

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Breast Cancer Also Affects Men

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and while all the pink we see on the players during NFL games in October mainly focuses our attention on how the disease affects women and what they can do about it, we should also keep in mind (or learn) that men, too, can contract breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, one in 1,000 men will fall victim to the disease, which claims the life of at least one man every day.

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The Men of Rethink Breast Cancer’s Reminder App Lose Their Shirts — Hunks of the Day

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and what better way to remind women to check their breast health than with hot, shirtless hunks? It's a stroke of marketing brilliance.

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Can a New Sports Bra Really Detect Breast Cancer?

Is possible for a bra to detect breast cancer?

Well, according to First Warning Systems, the answer is a resounding yes. The Reno, Nevada-based company says they have invented a sports bra that comes complete with built-in heat sensors that can allow doctors to see malignancies through a state-of-the-art thermal imprint.

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Man Discovers Skin Cancer on Scalp While Shaving Head To Support Wife’s Cancer

Talk about your lucky breaks.

Bud Stringer walked into a barber shop recently with a noble goal. His wife of twenty years, Dolly, was losing her hair due to the chemotherapy she had to take for breast cancer, and Bud wanted to show support by shaving his head as well.

Good thing too, as it revealed a cancerous melanoma on his scalp.

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10 Stars Who Have Battled Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and while millions of women across the country will be getting screenings and consulting with their doctors about this very private issue, there are some who have gone through the detection-treatment-recovery sequence publicly. The last celebrity on our list may surprise you ...

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Win a Car for a Great Cause. It’s Breast Cancer Awarness Month

You have the chance to win a free car and help the fight against breast cancer at the same time. Bud Clary Toyota Yakima will raffle off a pink Rav4 at the end of the month.  All of the money will go stay local for Yakima Valley Memorial hospital's breast cancer care fund

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