It has been said that women are less self-aware than men. Well, to me, it’s a compliment because I think more women are aware of their bodies than men. However, it’s also a fact that the majority of women don’t think about that fact daily. We just don’t think about it. I think the more we think about it, the more we begin to take it for granted.
Another fact is that women are also less worried about their own body than men. It’s also harder for women to talk about their own bodies because they feel so insecure and self-conscious about it. We can’t help but feel self-conscious whether or not we are trying to feel confident or feminine.
This is a great example of an example of how our culture is so disconnected from the realities of life and women’s health care. A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that women who had more than a high school education were more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer, but less likely to have the surgery needed for it. I cannot tell you how much more self-conscious I felt when I read this study.
I think it’s almost as interesting as the title, which is the first link to the trailer. The reason we’re so disconnected from the realities of life is that we haven’t had a lot of time to feel confident enough to begin to look at the “good” things in life. It’s really hard for many people to get comfortable with the reality of life.
The research paper states that women who went through double mastectomies are three times as likely to develop breast cancer in their lifetime. The researchers concluded that this increase in risk was likely due to a combination of the fact that women who go through double mastectomies are “less likely to have their breasts completely removed,” and the fact that women who go through double mastectomies take longer to recover from the surgery.
The medical community has always maintained that breast cancer is a disease of genetics, and that the genetic makeup of a woman doesn’t change over time. But this new study suggests that breast cancer is due to a combination of factors, and therefore may not be a hereditary disease. If this is true, then there is a need for women who have had double mastectomies to be counseled by their gynecologist about their risk of developing breast cancer.
We don’t know for sure whether the study is true or not, but we do know that these findings will help guide women’s decisions about their own health. In one sense, this is good news because these findings are a result of women not being informed of the risk of developing breast cancer in the first place. In another sense, the study is bad news because it suggests that women’s genetic makeup is a factor in whether or not they will get breast cancer.
This is not to say that these findings would be right or that they’re not worth hearing, although it’s certainly important for us to know what the people who study them know. In a similar vein, the study is also a result of the “social climate” that there is in the United States (and in other western world countries, like China and India) and the fact that most people don’t have enough money to live in the United States.
Breast cancer and other cancers are a common fact of life for women. Even more common for men. But because so many of our young women are going to end up dead from cancer and others are going to die from other causes like heart disease, other cancers are the ones that are often overlooked. The reason for this is because the best research money can buy doesnt really tell you much. It just tells you the results and that’s about it.