More than 264,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the United States. Although deaths from breast cancer have declined over time, it remains the second-leading cause of cancer death among women. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an opportunity to focus on the impact of this disease. Florida State University faculty are […]
October marks breast cancer awareness month. Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among women. For 2017, the American Cancer Society estimated there will be 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosed in women and 40,610 women will die from the disease. Florida State’s nationally recognized experts are available to offer commentary […]
As the heat and humidity of another historically warm summer continue to intensify, outdoor exercise and high-exertion activity become increasingly risky. If basic precautions aren’t taken, strenuous outdoor exercise can prove dangerous, even deadly. Florida State University’s internationally recognized experts are available to comment on the best ways to safely approach outdoor activities in the […]
HONORS AND AWARDS Martin Mende, Ph.D. (Business) has been selected as the 2017 Emerging Scholar by the Marketing and Society Special Interest Group (MASSIG) of the American Marketing Association (AMA). The award honors the contributions of a researcher in the early stages of his or her academic career who tackles societal issues of significance that substantially advance our […]
New research by a Florida State University professor found that regular strength training can help breast cancer survivors avoid developing swelling in the arms and chest area, a common side effect of cancer treatment. The study, published in the journal Supportive Care in Cancer, found that weightlifting can help women recovering from cancer treatment and […]
October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers among women. For 2016, it is estimated that 246,660 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer, and 40,450 will die from the disease according to the American Cancer Society.