Concerned About Breast Health?
Here’s What You Need to Know:

Your best breast health means being breast aware: knowing your body and staying on top of changes; understanding your personal risk including hereditary factors; and living a healthy lifestyle that includes plenty of physical activity, eating a nutritious diet to help maintain a healthy body weight, and cutting down on specific lifestyle and environmental factors to help reduce your risk of breast cancer.

Do you know your breasts like the back of your hand?

If your answer is yes, we commend you on your breast awareness. If your answer is no, it’s time to get educated.Your education is about becoming the best (and breast!) ambassador to your own health. Read on to learn about risk factors including genetic links, what risk reduction means, and how to detect any changes in your breast health.

Understanding Breast Health

Personal Risk

Learn about your personal risk factors and what it means to be at high risk for breast cancer.


Risk Reduction

We encourage everyone to make small positive lifestyle changes that can add up to big improvements in your overall health while reducing your risk of breast cancer.


Breast Awareness

The more familiar you are with how your breasts look and feel, the easier it is for you to notice any unusual changes and have them checked out by your doctor. Let us give you the Rethink take on breast awareness.


Breast Screening Guidelines

Under 50 and confused if you should be having regular mammograms? You are not alone! Find out how and when you should get screened.


High Risk Project

Learn more about the resources available to women at high risk for breast cancer.


Your Man Reminder

In our busy lives, it’s not always easy prioritizing our own health. Let our hot guys remind you to make breast health a priority.