Home > Medical > Breast Health > About breast About breast All sections in Breast » About Breast » Breast Reconstruction » FAQs » Health Tips » Multimedia » Breast News » Nipple Changes » Non-cancerous Lumps » Real-life Story » Surgery and Cancer » Types of early Cancer Have you tried #mamming? It's the latest craze sweeping through social media. Women (and some brave men) posting pictures of themselves mamming. Here's what it is and how to do it. Breast cancer: the latest research What are the latest facts about breast cancer? Health24 brings you a number of interesting facts and practical tips on how to cut your breast cancer risk. Becoming a mother after breast cancer With more and more women choosing to start their families later on in life, they now fall with increasing frequency into the cancer demographic. Quiz Cancer: are you at risk? » Ask CyberDoc » Quiz Am I eating to optimise my health? » Subscribe Newsletters » Check your breasts How to do a breast self exam Do you have the breast cancer gene? Nearly 95% of women don’t have the breast cancer gene, but are still at risk of developing breast cancer. Breast cancer and depression Breast cancer patients are often encouraged to have a positive attitude to help fight the disease. The reality, however, is that many patients are feeling depressed and lonely. The DNA of breast cancer Globally, breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer amongst women. Could you have a genetic predisposition to develop breast cancer? Alluring breasts For as long as we can remember, breasts have been objects of admiration. Cybershrink takes a closer look. Living with breast cancer October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know that one in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime? Share your story with us. Men can get breast cancer too Breast cancer is not just a female problem - men can get it too. Prof Justus Apffelstaedt, Head of the Tygerberg Hospital Breast Clinic in Cape Town, tells more. Link between diet and breast cancer Diet alone is unlikely to be the "cause" or "cure" of cancer, says Prof Justus Apffelstaedt, Head of the Tygerberg Hospital Breast Clinic. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.