October 2007 Newsletter - Happy Halloween!
Poster of the Month
Congratulations to "Ravsoma",our October Poster of the Month! She has contributed 404 Posts!! Now I know that some of you have had your disagreements about Ravsoma. Some of you feel she is too young to be here and, at times, she has been a bit raw with people. But over the time that she has been a member, I can honestly say that she has grown and worked hard to be a diligent contributer to this site. I have watched her adapt to the rules of our forum and learn how to handle negative opinions very maturely. She takes a lot of time to welcome new members and contribute positive advice to others. So I want to tell Ravsoma to keep up the good work! You have come far and we are glad to have you.
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Tip of the Month
Wish your skin was softer and smoother? Here are some tips to help achieve that silky to the touch, healthy skin.
Question of the Month
Q. I haven't had a mammogram or breast exam, I know I need to, but I can't afford it and don't have insurance. What can I do?
A. All women need to know, especially during October (Breast Cancer Awareness Month), that there are several options depending on where you live. Now, I cannot speak for all countries because we are based in the US, but here are some ideas for those in the United States.
Breast cancer is silent, stealthy, and deadly. You can have it for many years and not know until the doctor tells you it's too late to fix it. Don't take the chance of being another statistic. If it's not easy to get checked out where you live, FIND A WAY! Don't be ashamed to ask for help!
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