We have been through Planking, Owling, and Tebowing, but now the the latest photo trend this month is called, "Mamming." In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, men and women, yes men are taking part in this too, are placing their breast on random objects and posting a photo of it on social media sites.
A high school student in Moore, Oklahoma says that he was suspended from school because of the shirt he wore to school supporting "Breast Cancer Awareness Month." The shirt, which he got from a Twin Peaks restaurant, read "Save The Scenic Views."
For the fourth year in the a row, the National Football League has recognized October as "Breast Cancer Awareness Month" by allowing it's players, coaches, and referees to wear neon pink gear during games. Well for the first time in four years, the NFL will allow their referees to throw pink flags during an NFL game.
As we continue to recognize "Breast Cancer Awareness Month" at Hot 107-9, we will continue to bring you survival stories throughout the month of October. This morning Pamm Leblanc was in the Hot Studio during the morning show to tell her story with breast cancer.
‘E! News’ host and reality TV star Giuliana Rancic announced Monday morning on ‘Today’ that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Rancic has had difficulties conceiving a child with husband and fellow reality TV star Bill Rancic, and it was only through her third in vitro fertilization attempt that this was revealed.
National nonprofits and physicians’ organizations dedicate every October to the cause of breast cancer awareness — raising funds for research and helping ensure that all women are able to receive regular screenings.