The link between wearing a bra and breast cancer may be suspect in some circles, but studies continue to support it (no pun intended) and more studies are being conducted. In any case, it merits your consideration. For an interesting article on Bras and Breast Cancer at All-Natural.com, copy this into your browser:
Aren't we willing to do just about anything to cut our chances of getting of breast cancer? What if all it took was cutting the hours per day you wear a bra...or change the style of bra...would you be willing? What if "jiggling" was actually helping keep cancer at bay, would you try it? It all has to do with our lymph glands ladies. (See How and Why To Take A Shower on my November 8 blog) Gotta keep that lymph flowing. No jiggle, no flow. So, come on, take it off. OK, so maybe you HAVE to wear one during the day when you are out and about; heck, it may even be company policy at your work. Come to think of it, that might be sexual harassment! But what about TV time? Evening-at-home time? Nap time? Week-ends? Housecleaning time? Long-trips-in-the-car time? Curled-up-with-a-book time? It's especially easy to hide during winter...layer ladies, layer!
Check out this book at www.all-natural/dressed.html
Dressed To Kill
The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras
by Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer
Another interesting link by Susun Weed, renown herbalist: