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No matter your prior health history, it is always important to regularly check the health of your breasts. Regular self-exams at home can help you detect any irregularities early on. This self-examination should in no way replace regular visits to your doctor but is a tool that can help spot early signs of breast cancer.
Step 1: Get in a comfortable position
We recommend performing this exam standing in front of a mirror, while in the shower, or laying down. In order to feel for irregularities, your breasts must lay naturally, so do not have a bra or sports bra on.
Step 2: Without touching your breasts yet, look for any changes in the shape of your breasts.
Is one breast more swollen than another? Is there dimpling of the skin or any texture changes? Flex your upper chest area and look for differences between the left and right breast. Most women do not have symmetrical breasts, and one is often bigger than the other, but areas of puckering, dimpling, redness or rash should be checked by your healthcare provider.
Step 3: Examine Using the Pads of Your Fingers.
Using the fingers of your opposite hand (right hand for the left breast and left hand for right), softly move them around the breast tissue. Start from the area underneath your armpit and move steadily, in small circles, around the entire breast. Try to keep the pads of your fingers flat while doing so. Look for areas where there are lumps, thickening tissues, knots or other changes that feel foreign to you. It may be easier to do this while in the shower as your skin is more slippery. Be sure to lift up each arm and check underneath the armpit as well. Contact your healthcare provider if you notice any of the following:
Step 4 Check your nipples.
Notice if there is any discoloration, lumps, or discharge. Consult your healthcare provider if any of the above occurs or if your nipple has shifted position or becomes inverted.
A self-exam should not replace a visit to your physician. It is recommended for women to schedule an annual physical with their physicians.
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Ever wondered why a scent smells different on you than it does on your friend? The answer is in the chemistry. Don't worry, this isn't the chemistry you took in high school, this has to do with body chemistry. When purchasing a perfume because it smells amazing on your mother-in-law, you should first consider body chemistry, the final ingredient in any fragrance.
There are many things that play into why a scent doesn't smell the same on everyone – race, skin type, medications, pregnancy, and yes, diet. The food you eat can have a huge impact on your body scent, which of course is what is interacting with your perfume. A person who eats a balanced diet – composed of meat, veggies, fruits, nuts, and dairy in recommended portions – smells differently from a person with a rigid diet of just one or two of the main food groups. Vegans and vegetarians smell different from people who consume meat or fish. People who frequently eat spicy food might create a spicy undertone in fragrances they wear.
This is why it is so important to try before you buy a fragrance. Sampling is the best way to get a feel of how the scent will work on you, because it may smell completely different on your best friend (sister, mother…) who was wearing it when you fell in love with it. Check out our Sample Palette and try all six signature Skylar scents before deciding on a full-size fragrance.
Bring the vacation to you with this decadent summer meal. From the Hawaiian Islands to the Carribean, these recipes are sure to leave you asking for seconds.
The health benefits of salmon are widely known. Salmon is high in Omega-3 fatty acids and loaded with vitamins and nutrients.
Combine all ingredients into your favorite glass with ice. Blend and enjoy!
There’s nothing we enjoy more than taking a stroll to our local farmer’s market to discover all the new gifts of Spring. This springtime salad combines fruity, luscious apricot with bold and hearty arugula to create the perfect appetizer for an outdoors brunch. This salad is packed with vitamins, especially Vitamin K (important for bone health), minerals and natural sugars. Crunchy pistachios add the perfect finishing touch to this gorgeous salad.
At Skylar, we love thinking outside the box and pursuing new ideas, so when we came across this tenderloin recipe.. we were in love! The recipe starts off with thick, juicy tenderloin, browned to perfection. To balance the umami flavors of the pork, a citrus strawberry glaze is added, bringing the dish to a new dimension. We recommend trying this recipe out for mom this month. This adventurous dish is sure to impress the whole family this Mother’s Day!
Whenever we think of Spring, somehow Rhubarb always comes to mind. Perhaps it’s the bright red that captivates us, or the fresh, sweet-smell of rhubarb pie. This spring, we wanted to kick things up a notch by going beyond the classic pie we all know and love, and venture into the land of coconut heaven. This creamy coconut custard and rhubarb tart is the stuff of dreams.. the rich, decadent coconut pairs beautifully with the rhubarb. Try out this recipe during the next family BBQ, it’s a guaranteed crowd pleaser!
The importance of getting a yearly Mammogram cannot be overstated. Radiologists perform X-rays to detect any abnormalities in the breast and surrounding tissue. Abnormalities in the breast area come in the form of tumors which may be either benign or malignant, but can only be confirmed by a screening.
According to the American College of Radiology (ACR), screenings usually take less than 15 minutes and can help detect early signs of breast cancer. Early detection is crucial. If a tumor is spotted, early treatment allows for a greater chance of survival. Most doctors recommend starting mammography check-ups around the age of 45-50 years old and encourage women to continue scheduling annual mammograms afterward, even if there were no signs the year before.
Where Can I Schedule a Mammogram?
Health insurance plans almost always cover mammograms. You can schedule a mammogram through your regular healthcare provider, or search for local clinics offering the service. Check out some of these great providers; YWCA Encore Plus Programs, Planned Parenthood Clinics, and American Cancer Society. The National Breast Cancer Foundation's National Mammography Program also offers free mammograms. To find the nearest in your area, click here.
Make sure the clinic you visit is approved by the FDA. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration screens all facilities that offer mammograms to ensure machines used meet all health and safety codes.
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