When my son was a baby, my breast pump was such a fixture in our house that my husband and I started to think it was talking to us. As the engine hummed, he swore the pump said, "More milk! So imagine my and millions of other mothers' dismay upon learning that the Internal Revenue Service — yes, the tax folks!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and companies have long gone pink in honor of it. When you buy these products—many of which are limited-edition goods—you'll be donating to various breast cancer charities. Don't miss your chance.
Happy October everyone! Apple picking, pumping carving, and warm crockpot dinners are all things that come to my mind when this season arrives. The bar is gluten-free and non-GMO.
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Book explores how corporate marketers seized control of breast cancer activism. What happens when corporate marketers commandeer a grassroots health movement and turn it into a mini-industry? Samantha King provides a revealing look in her book, Pink Ribbons, Inc.
The NHS estimates that one in eight women will be diagnosed with this type of the disease, but the chance of survival has never been better with 78 per cent of those diagnosed surviving which has doubled in the past 40 years. According to the NHS, the best way to check yourself is to look for large lumps, or thickened tissue. Often lumps are not cancerous, but always get them checked out by your doctor if you find one.
Recently, I realized that my blog was missing a couple of smoothie recipes. I love smoothies and I make them all the time, but for some reason, I forgot to actually add my favorite smoothie-creations to the blog. When I received an email a couple of weeks ago, asking if I wanted to support this month with a blog post, of course I said yes!
Oct 1, What Matters To Us. Cook for the Cure Collection The Cook for the Cure product collection from KitchenAid is expanding with new products, including a ceramic bowl for the 5-quart stand mixer. The white bowl is decorated with light and dark pink polka dots, adding a cheery splash of color to the kitchen.
The home appliance company was called out for "sexism" after marketing their limited edition pink kitchen gadgets under "KitchenAid for Women. Twitter user Hazel Davis first noticed the pink gadgets on Friday and posted a tweet that led to a firestorm of complaints on the company's alleged sexist marketing. Several other Twitter users agreed with Davis' sentiment with tweets calling the company's pink gadgets sexist or patronizing towards women.