Wellness Highlight- Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Did you know that one in eight women will be diagnosed with Breast Cancer in their lifetime? This October, we can work towards addressing that spooky statistic by raising awareness with steps we can take to decrease our risk of developing breast cancer. The best way to decrease our risk is through regular screenings. Screenings can detect breast cancer early when it is most treatable. There are three different types of screenings: monthly self-exams, clinical exams, and mammograms. Another way to reduce risk of developing breast cancer is to practice healthy habits. Reach out to your primary health care provider about breast cancer prevention and screenings, especially if you are a woman 40 years or older, have a family history of breast cancer, or have noticed any persistent or abnormal changes in your breasts.
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Film Series on Traditional Foods
Qaqamiigux: Sustaining the Unangan Harvest, a traditional foods film series available for viewing
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