Dr. Fern Kazlow

Shattering Limitations

Changing What's Possible in the Way We Live, Work, and Age

Archive for October, 2010

Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) was begun by AstraZeneca in 1985 (the manufactures of the breast cancer drugs Arimidex and Tmoxifen). In 1991, the Susan G. Koman foundation handed out pink ribbons to its participants in its New York City race for breast cancer survivors. Two years later, Estee Lauder Companies founded the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and used the pink ribbon as its symbol. Now, Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) is an annual event every October and people hope its effects will last throughout the year. Well, its effects are lasting – leaving us with both the good and ...

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Categories: Health

By Dr. K. on Wed Oct 20th 2010 at 10:20 pm

Is the difference semantics or something vastly more important? Let me make myself very clear on this point:  I don’t like the term anti-aging.  I will use it from time to time because it’s in the vernacular.  I will use it because, as anyone who knows how search engines work, a website gets more hits if it uses highly searched words – and ‘anti-aging’ is a highly searched word.  But I don’t like it.  Anti-aging is hot button issue.  Along with hundreds of thousands of internet searches a month, people are putting their money where their mouse is. Anti-aging products is currently ...

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Categories: Ageless Living

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