October can be a month of empowerment, reflection and fundraising for those who have been affected by breast cancer. But still 1,000 women under 40 die from breast cancer every year and there's no effective breast cancer screening tool for women under 40.
Each year, over 50,000 women attend one of Wacoal's almost 1,400 one-day Fit for the Cure events where they are treated to a personal bra fitting and intimate wardrobe recommendation while also receiving breast health guidelines every woman should know.
The children live in King, Pierce, Lewis, Snohomish and Skagit counties. It's not a new condition, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the increase is not normal. Recently, Minnesota state officials also put out an alert after receiving reports of six recent AFM cases involving children. According to the CDC , the largest number of cases, about 50, were reported in September 2014 before dropping to single digits in following months.
Instead, doctors just focus on alleviating symptoms as best they can. Dr. Fernando Acosta Jr., a neurologist at Cook Children's, said there is no cure or treatment at this time. "We'll continue to investigate and share information when we have it". "If their child gets an enteroviral infection, they need to look for symptoms such as sudden onset of arm and leg weakness, difficulty swallowing".
But on Tuesday, Gaga took her advocacy work to another level when she wrote an op-ed for The Guardian to bring attention and awareness to the worldwide mental health crisis. On past occasions, the singer has reminded audiences that mental health is equally important to a person's well-being as physical health. Celebrities around the globe have united, opening up about their personal struggles with mental illness like severe anxiety or, as in Lady Gaga's case, crippling depression.
President Trump took the rare step of publishing an op-ed in USA Today slamming universal medicare proposals, or Medicare for All, as an extremist proposal fashioned by progressive Democrats. For the Democratic Party, the Kavanaugh battle was the Little Bighorn, as seen from General Custer's point of view. That is, of course, unless the Schumers, Pelosis, Nadlers and Feinsteins of our American government wake up and smell the coffee and realize the very bad place they are taking us to.