The color pink has spread across the nation this month to raise awareness about breast cancer. Second only to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. Nearly one in every eight women born today in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer sometime in her life. The good news is that women can survive if the breast cancer is detected and treated early.[...]
As summer comes to a close and the sunny Lompoc Labor Day weekend becomes a distant memory, bikinis and swim trunks drift to the bottom of the closet for the remainder of the year.
The dust is shaken off the oversized coats, scarfs and sweatshirts as we begin to look forward to the rainy days, the Thanksgiving turkey and the abundant baked goods served during Christmas merriments. Along with these seasonal festivities, a 2012 Gallup poll confirmed that Americans steadily eat worse and exercise less during the fall and winter months.
What is the cause of this phenomenon?[...]