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Breast Cancer and Bra Wearing: Possibly Linked

...st the following findings: * Women who wore their bras for 24 hours per day had a 3 out of 4 chance of de...nd 2674 for the standard group). * Women who wore bras more than 12 hour per day but not to bed had a 1 out of 7 risk. * Women who wore their bras less th...

Specialized Bra for Women Post Heart Surgery

...e is also a further study to look at whether these bras will help reduce scarring. NLA...

Shanghai Women Don their Bras Improperly

...// has cautioned women against improper wearing of bras which could affect their health. The survey was ...ed States, had revealed a significant link between bras and breast cancer that is three times greater than the link between cigarette smoking and lung cance...

Nutrition Increases Chest Circumference among Chinese Women

...t has increased its production of C-, D- and E-cup bras to meet the pressing demand. All this change among women is attributed to a healthy lifestyle accompanied with regular exercise and intake of nutritious diet....

Romantic and discreet trends in lingerie

... lingerie maker Triumph in Munich. Multifunctional bras are now in style. They offer women numerous possibilities with their removable and multi-use straps. They can be worn to fit the woman's mood and desire. With four different varieties - strapless, outerwear, halter neck and cross-strapped - the Trium...

The Cancer Rumour mill working over time

...resting to me that people will focus on under wire bras when these is no basis for this. Yet we have known for many years that smoking has a link to not only lung cancer but to many other types including bladder and kidney." John Antoine, MD, chief of radiation oncology for the Veterans Affairs North Te...

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