DRESSED TO KILL: The
Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras - Second Edition
fter complaining to your doctor about foot problems, he or she will more than likely take a look at the shoes you wear. We all know that wearing shoes that do not fit will cause problems with our feet.
When men suffer from low fertility counts, their doctor advises them to swap their 'tighty whities' for boxers, to reduce the impact of the heat upon the scrotum.
Women that suffer from frequent bouts of vaginal yeast infections are advised to not wear panty hose and girdles and tight, wool skirts, so they can get more air circulation.
Women that suffer from breast cysts, breast tenderness, and breast cancer are told... any number of things from dietary changes, birth control method modifications, or blame it on their heritage. What about the bra?
How about a game of "Association"? I ask "Foot problems?". You say "Shoes". Male fertility? Shorts. Yeast infections? More air to the affected area. Breast problems? Remove the bra. Now, was that hard to understand? Was that simple deductive reasoning? Or... Common Sense?
Why does something that on the surface appears to be fairly simple become a world-wide problem affecting a quarter million women every year?
Some say "Hey, it is not that simple. It is complicated!" Really? When did we try the simple act of wearing a bra only when we felt that we HAD to wear one? And since when do we HAVE to wear a certain undergarment? Who said that we have to? Perhaps we should give that a try... before we spend billions on bras and suffer through more biopsies and surgeries.
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Before you decide that this study is "too old" for you to bother with it, consider this: Breasts have not changed... and neither has the habit of wearing a bra over them. What the researchers/authors learned way back, more than two decades ago, is still viable. Still true. And more and more studies since their study have shown their results to be absolutely true.
They actually attempted to determine if by not wearing a bra women reduced the incidence of breast cancer... by studying only women that wear bras.