Wellness + Lifestyle

Pink October

 

 

21.7 million: The number of new cancer cases expected to be diagnosed in 2030. And, by 2030, 13 million cancer deaths are predicted. However, these projections only reflect population growth and aging, so these figures will likely be much larger “due to the adoption of lifestyles that are known to increase cancer risk, such as smoking, poor diet, physical inactivity, and fewer pregnancies, in economically developing countries.” *

Cancer is word everyone fears.. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so let’s put an extra thought and our support in this. Cancer gets you unprepared and doesn’t come knocking..
 
I have been fortunate enough not having to deal with pain having someone in my family or friends to fight it. But none of us is protected. That’s why it’s very important to be involved, to be concerned and to care. 

There are a lot of organizations that accepts donations and invests in research and treatment programs, let’s all of us spend a little more of our precious time this month to give our share for a good cause. Every thought and help will be appreciated. 
Let’s care more!

There are lot of different ways how to get involved and show your support and one of them is by accessorizing with beautiful jewelry – Glamulet is a jewelry brand that specializes in Charms. Glamulet designs, manufactures and sells a wide range of modern and quality Charms that make possible to create a unique Bracelet.
Pink Limited Edition Charms were created to support the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. For every set of charms added to the cart, 50% is donated to a charity organization.

Go to http://www.glamulet.com/breast-cancer-october-2015 and be the part of the community! Read inspiring cancer survivor stories and show your support! 

 

 
Also remember to do Breast Self-Exam, it’s so easy, but so often we forget about it. If you are not sure how to do it properly, click on this link below and get it done in 5 easy steps:
-Let’s Get Involved-



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*http://www.cancer.org/research/cancerfactsstatistics/cancerfactsfigures2015/

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