Cosmetic surgery is no longer a luxury reserved to the rich and famous. Nowadays more and more people are pursuing cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures. All patients wish to obtain a more attracting form and features, regain the youthful appearance and improve their skin’s overall and vitality. ...more
Recipe for Baked Boneless Chicken Breast makes this favorite chicken dish much lower in fat than it would be if it was fried. Chicken fillets are dipped in melted butter and rolled in dry bread crumbs (I suppose you could use Panko breadcrumbs as well) and then baked in hot oven. Crispy breaded boneless chicken is much healthier and tastier meal for your kids than frozen fried chicken or chicken nuggets made from processed meat. more......more
There are some things I can be funny about and others NOT. Breast self-exam is one of those things that I find difficult to joke about. Why? Because, doing it saved my friend’s life. And, Laura, the toast here is for you!! You did it…you found it… and you dealt with your breast cancer with dignity, grace and great humor. ...more
I have dreaded my yearly mammogram since I received the prescription from Doogie Howser a few months ago. Although I acknowledge that regular mammograms are extremely important since early detection of breast cancer saves lives, I look forward to having my boobs squished by a machine about as much as I enjoy going to the gynecologist.
No one expects their first mammogram to be a fantastic experience, then again, no one expects to have their first mammogram at the age of 33 either. There I was, at the women's center of Tri-City Memorial, in Oceanside. I was alone. My health theme it seems: "Alone again, naturally." How did I find myself here? And how did I prepare myself for, what I will admit was truly, one of the most frightening experiences of my life....more
This week Giuliana Rancic made an announcement that she'll be undergoing a double mastectomy. Having experienced my own slew of cancer drama, I just want to say how nice it was to have a relatable, inspiring spokesperson for this sort of thing.Recently at MD Anderson, the hospital I attend, I witnessed a vast display of quilts - all made in the name creating ovarian cancer awareness. (My particular disease.) While quilts are nice (I guess?), I really had a hard time feeling connected to them. I mean, they're quilts....more