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How a 3-D-printed heart changed a girl's life

Mia Gonzalez spent the first 3½ years of her life missing out. She had to skip day care and dance classes because she constantly had colds and pneumonia. When Mia could go out and play, she was easily winded and took multiple asthma medications to…


Miami Shores fitness center offers IV infusions to boost...

A South Florida fitness center is offering more than exercise machines, as clients can get an IV infusion of vitamins and minerals and stretch therapy to treat muscle pain.


Advancement in breast imaging could save lives

A standard mammogram can catch breast cancer in its earliest and most treatable stages, but now, a relatively new 3-D imaging system called tomosynthesis is taking that a step further.



Planned Parenthood 'providing' mammograms claim misleads

"All of the signatories [of a letter in support of defunding Planned Parenthood] are men. None of whom will get pregnant, or need a cervical screening for cancer, or a mammogram, or a pap smear, or other life-saving services that are provided by…


Guide to charities working to find breast cancer cure

While the pink ribbon is often used as a thoughtless marketing gimmick to sell or sponsor products that can actually cause cancer, those with good intentions need to use caution.


The commercialization of the pink ribbon

By Anna Holmes | The Washington Post


'Pinkwashing' feeds 'Pinktober Grinch'

The many documented cases of breast cancer awareness pink ribbon misuse -- known as "Pinkwashing" -- continue to feed the spirit of the "Pinktober Grinch."


American Eagle helps youth program

The $24.95 bright pink stretchy lace bra is 90 percent cotton. It has a V-neck front and has half-lace and half-adjustable straps.


Sexy campaign prompts #ShowYourScar protest

When the very sexy model Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley showed  her lace and silk pink bra for a breast cancer awareness campaign linked to the sale of M&S lingerie, some survivors said the campaign couldn't be more inaccurate.


Considering mammogram? Doctor separates fact from fiction

Local 10 News health specialist Kristi Krueger asked Dr. Mary Hayes, chief of women's imaging at Memorial Healthcare System, to separate fact from fiction when it comes to undergoing mammograms.


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