From hairs to bumps...
Nipples: some people have small ones, others have big ones, some people’s are a little hairy, while others have lots of bumps
My working mum body is pure function. I no longer feel tiredness or pain in the same way (I can hold a wee through a two hour meeting whilst barely registering the discomfort) and any worries I had about my mummy tummy in formal work wear were long ago overtaken by those of leaking breasts and sneezing with a weakened pelvic floor.
It is a sad truth that one in eight women in the UK will develop breast cancer at some point in their lifetime. One of the things that gives us hope when we think about this is the established fact that the earlier the diagnosis, the better the chance of beating it.
Don't get me wrong, I and millions of other women will be happy to have one breastfeeding emoji at least. Big thanks to Rachel Lee and Joshua Jones - the design may not be perfect but we owe them our gratitude for getting this far.
'Don’t be the strong, silent type. If unsure, say something.'
Breast cancer is often seen as a woman’s disease, meaning many guys don’t bother with regular breast checks. But this is
'This is information that saves lives.'
Facebook has issued an apology after it removed a Swedish cancer charity’s video teaching people how to check their breasts