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Solis Mammography wants you to reclaim the month of October for national breast health and dispel the fear and anxiety created around pink ribbons. Solis wants you to know that most women – 7 out of 8 – will not get breast cancer. Your annual mammogram is a way to focus on empowerment, choice and peace of mind.
As the nation’s largest independent provider of screening and diagnostics for breast health services, Solis wants you to Rethink P.I.N.K. this October and focus on breast health.
• P=Peace of Mind. Solis Mammography has trademarked the Peace of Mind Mammogram™ to reflect their promise of offering such an exceptional experience that women won’t avoid getting the mammogram they need. The environment of each center and exceptional quality of patient care offered by specialists in breast imaging leads to peace of mind for the patients they serve.
• I=Incredible Service. Solis Mammography’s entire team is deeply committed to the women and physicians they serve. From online scheduling and fast results delivered by secure email within 24 to 48 hours, the company is proud to cite that 98 percent of their patients would give them a positive recommendation to family or friends.
• N=Not what you Expect. While many women associate mammograms with pain, Solis’ breast dedicated technologists are highly trained in breast compression and placement. This results in 89 percent of their patients reporting little to no discomfort during their exam.
• K=Knowledge is Power. Perhaps most central to the Rethink P.I.N.K. campaign is the common statistic most women cite – that 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. Solis encourages women to remember that this also means 7 in 8 women will NOT get breast cancer. But if you are the 1 in 8, you want to find any anomaly as EARLY as possible, so that your treatment is as EASY as possible.
Many Solis centers are offering extended weekday and Saturday hours during the month of October. There are 4 centers in OH. Visit our website to find the most convenient center: http://www.solismammo.com//
So let’s talk about it! Mom’s know that after childbirth things just, change. Sex will never feel the same way again but, you do learn to work with what your body has left you with. Vaginal dryness is definitely a problem for many Mothers. There are a lot of items on the market that can assist but, how do you know which one to choose? Let me help.
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Smoking, yes I do it. Yes. I know it’s unhealthy. Yes, I know it’s bad for me. Yes, I know how bad it smells. It has always been a push pull thing with me. If this explanation doesn’t help you understand my struggle, I don’t know what will. Hang tight for this one!
I quit, the first time, in 2002, when I became pregnant with Royal. I started again in 2005 because, well, I was an idiot. I stopped again in 2006 when I became pregnant with Spencer. I started again in 2008 when my Dad passed away. I stopped in 2010 just because I wanted to. I started again in 2011 when my grandfather passed away. This was short lived and I quit 2 months later. Once again, I started in 2012 when my boyfriend died. That was pretty much the end of it. I have been smoking since then.
Many people have a beer or a glass of wine but, I don’t drink. I suppose smoking is my relaxation. My fiancee is a smoker as well, or at least he was 4 weeks ago. I am very excited to tell you how he quit. He had a little assistance from a product called Aqua-tine™. read the rest of this entry »