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The running back lost his mother and four aunts to breast cancer.
New breast cancer program for Black women launches in Cali; economic hard times can encourage more racism; and more health news.
One in four women are obese before getting pregnant; Diet soda sales down in 2013; Health care site seems improvemed says NY Times; and more health news.
Learn everything you need to know about mammograms here.
High medical bills weigh heavy on Blacks; Vanessa Bell Calloway on surviving breast cancer; the soda ban gets an appeal hearing; and more.
Take a look at the most-talked about health stories of 2012.
Oct. 19 is National Mammography Day, the day when women are encouraged to go out and get themselves screened for breast cancer.
At "Celebrating Survival and Fighting Breast Cancer in African-American Women" at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Annual Legislative Conference, Carla Ferrell discussed the importance of getting involved in breast cancer awareness.
Researchers take Susan G. Komen for the Cure to task for its reliance on mammograms.
Former Rep. Gabrielle Gifford's shooter pleads guilty, NASA rover makes it to Mars, Obama celebrates his 51st birthday, plus more national news.