I love curry - but I know that for some folks, a little curry goes a long way. Well, perhaps this news will convert you to liking curry, or at least yellow curry. An ingredient that colors and flavors yellow curry fights breast cancer.
Turmeric will stain your dishtowels, turn sauteed onions golden, spread the fragrance of curry far and wide, and - it blocks a nasty protein called RANKL that speeds the spread of breast cancer. All that in a jar of spice! Actually, it is the curcumin in turmeric that does the work.
The two types of breast pain are: "These really ache!" and "Leave me alone!" Well, not really - breast pain is caused by many things, but the two main types are either related to your menstrual period, or not related to your period. If you can pin down which kind of pain it is, you can get help for it more easily.
Fibrocystic changes is the term for a benign breast condition. Premenopausal women notice breast lumpiness that comes and goes, sometimes with pain during their cycle. It used to be called fibrocystic disease, but it is a normal condition linked to hormonal peaks and valleys. Fibrocystic changes are a very common cause of breast pain
Breast and nipple pain is the last thing you want when you're breastfeeding. It starts in a milk duct, can develop into an infection, and can get nasty. I am told that mastitis pain can be exquisitely awful - but the good news is that it can be effectively treated.