Ria’Cashi’s Thoughts On Breast Cancer: “Breast Cancer Is Not Untouchable And The Awareness Of It Is IMPORTANT. We Can Learn From Each Other Sister2Sister. It’s Important Get Check Ups And To Spread The Knowledge, Love, Hope, Support And Courage! PROTECT THE BREASTS!”
Who She Is: “I Am Ria’Cashi. I Am An Artist With A Story. Been Married To Music Before I Knew How To Love. I Am A Stoner And Music Is My Doobie.
Get To Know Her:
“Hear My Music On Soundcloud
Instagram: Ria.Cashi “
Brittany’s Thoughts On Breast Cancer: “Breast cancer awareness is crucial to any and every woman. Ladies, make time to get your check ups and self exam often. We can take preventative measures and take charge of our health. If something seems out of sorts, go to the doctor. If you feel you need a second opinion, get one. No one knows your body better than you. Take control!”
Who She Is: “I am the wife of Micheal P Jones, founder of Sky is the Limit Production Group, otherwise know as SLPG. You can find links to SLPG atslpgtv.com,www.youtube.com/TeamSLPG,…google search SLPG for more links and information. If you are not already in the know of the hip hop scene in Orlando, jump on these links and you will be well informed.
Personally, I am an artist and a stylist.”
Get To Know Her: ” Connect with me at meantforfashion.polyvore.com or email me at email@example.com. My website is still under construction so this would be the best way to get in touch with me for the time being.”
Snazz’s Thoughts On Breast Cancer: “I happen to think that Breast Cancer sucks. We’ve lost so many to this terrible disease and will lose many more if something isn’t done to conquer this destructive beast. I encourage all women to do self examinations and to be aware of any changes that seem irregular. Early diagnosis increases the chance of your survival. We need our mother’s, sister’s, lover’s. aunties and grandmother’s around as long as possible. F**k cancer and Protect Your Breasts ladies!”
Who She Is: “Lover of Women ( Single) lol ,Host, Model and Hip Hop Artist.”
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AKila K.’s Thoughts On Breast Cancer: “Breast Cancer is a sickness that unfortunately takes the lives of way too many people we know and love. I lost my Godmother to breast cancer when I was young. Although I don’t remember all too well the effect it had on her, I know it was something that she died battling. I think we all need to come together and bring awareness to it so that we can find a cure and beat breast cancer once and for all!”
Who She Is: “I go by AKila K. and I am a MC, Singer, Producer, and a Pannist (the steelpan).”
Get To Know Her: “You can check me out on YouTube at YouTube.com/Onenyce , on Soundcloud at Soundcloud.com/AKila-K , and on Twitter and Instagram @AKilaKMusic.”
Every Sunday I’ll be dropping popular prevention tips that we all can add to our every day lives to #ProtectTheBreasts. Peep some below adapted from the Fred Hutch cancer website…
1. Watch your weight: to my ladies hitting menopause you’re a prime target. Now, they’re not saying don’t eat (that’s ridiculous!) but becoming overweight ups your chances to obtain breast cancer. Never obsess over your BMI but be sure that you’re not being reckless with it either.
2. Put the cranberry and vodka down: Sipping can be a fun activity out there but it acutally increases your chances of getting breast cancer. It’s recommended to having ONE drink a day no matter if it’s wine or a mix of your favorite alcohol. Is that rum and coke really worth the tatas? I don’t think so!
COME BACK NEXT SUNDAY FOR MORE TIPS!
Besides the pictures, I think it’s important to inform you all about breast cancer and how to prevent it. Let’s kick it off with some facts that was shared by the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
“Breast cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the breast. The damaged cells can invade surrounding tissue, but with early detection and treatment, most people continue a normal life.”
Facts About Breast Cancer On Our Own Homefront:
- One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
- Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.
- Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women.
- Each year it is estimated that over 220,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 will die.
- Although breast cancer in men is rare, an estimated 2,150 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 410 will die each year.
STAY TUNED EVERY SATURDAY FOR MORE FACTS: “Educate Yo Natural Mind!”
Moses’ Thoughts On Breast Cancer: “Cancer is one of those illnesses that would never cross your mind as far as if you will have it one day. We see the Susan G. Komen marathons and the pink t-shirts and ribbons every year but we tend to overlook it. Well my mom and one of my great aunts had cancer. My aunt had breast cancer and my mom had an extremely rare skin cancer. There is one thing I can tell you, when someone you love has cancer, you have it too, not in the sense of actually attracting it but, that loved one’s new lifestyle will drastically alter yours. Going through cancer with my mom was one of the worst and greatest times of my life. My eyes have been wide open ever since then and it also made me appreciate my mom and life itself even more. Furthermore, I think as American citizens and human beings we naturally get so complacent with life and we don’t even know it. It’s very unfortunate that it takes something so drastic or life threatening to bring us back to a true reality and humble us but that’s life sometimes. Fortunately, I am blessed to say these two women in my life are cancer free but my heart goes out to those families whom are not as fortunate.”
Who She Is: “My name is Liddia Wells, my stage name is Moses. I am an artist from Detroit. I recently released my first album entitled Red Letters, which is now available on all major digital distribution platforms such as iTunes, Amazon Mp3, and Google Play. Other than rapping, I also produce and write songs for other artists. I’m also the owner and CEO of Stellar House, which is going to be the next media powerhouse that will focus on all elements of music, fashion, film, and societal matters.”
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