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Healthy breasts don't need "support." Noses don't, either. Or ears. Or arms. If you put your left arm in a sling for six weeks, on the first morning of the seventh week, you'd need "support" for that arm, because it would have lost all muscle tone. "Wearing a bra has no medical necessity whatsoever", says Susan M. Love, M.D in her book 'Dr. Susan Love's Breast'. This is similar to the myth that women supposedly need corsets to support their stomach muscles. In a 5-year study by Ryan EL, large-breasted...

Healthy breasts don't need "support." Noses don't, either. Or ears. Or arms. If you put your left arm in a sling for six weeks, on the first morning of the seventh week, you'd need "support" for that arm, because it would have lost all muscle tone. "Wearing a bra has no medical necessity whatsoever", says Susan M. Love, M.D in her book 'Dr. Susan Love's Breast'. This is similar to the myth that women supposedly need corsets to support their stomach muscles. In a 5-year study by Ryan EL, large-breasted...

Healthy breasts don't need "support." Noses don't, either. Or ears. Or arms. If you put your left arm in a sling for six weeks, on the first morning of the seventh week, you'd need "support" for that arm, because it would have lost all muscle tone. "Wearing a bra has no medical necessity whatsoever", says Susan M. Love, M.D in her book 'Dr. Susan Love's Breast'. This is similar to the myth that women supposedly need corsets to support their stomach muscles. In a 5-year study by Ryan EL, large-breasted...

Healthy breasts don't need "support." Noses don't, either. Or ears. Or arms. If you put your left arm in a sling for six weeks, on the first morning of the seventh week, you'd need "support" for that arm, because it would have lost all muscle tone. "Wearing a bra has no medical necessity whatsoever", says Susan M. Love, M.D in her book 'Dr. Susan Love's Breast'. This is similar to the myth that women supposedly need corsets to support their stomach muscles. In a 5-year study by Ryan EL, large-breasted...

Lately, there has been a lot of argument about bras. Recent studies have revealed that wearing a bra is harmful to your breasts and your health, perhaps even life threatening since bras are believed to play a huge role in breast cancer.  The biggest argument about bras is whether a bra actually prevents or causes breast sagging, especially since bras are designed and used for exactly this purpose, to prevent sagging. So if bra’s are actually causing sagging, then what on earth are we wearing bras for?  A bigger question...

Our body is capable of healing itself just like it does when we get a cut. But as we get old, healing slows down or when you destroy your body with vices, faster than it is healing it. In this case, the healing is impossible. Your Body is Designed to Heal Itself. Why Not Help it - Rather Than Hinder it? This is according to Dr. Lorraine Day, M.D. If you smash your thumb with a hammer, it will eventually heal, unless you keep smashing the same thumb with a hammer -...

Healthy breasts don't need "support." Noses don't, either. Or ears. Or arms. If you put your left arm in a sling for six weeks, on the first morning of the seventh week, you'd need "support" for that arm, because it would have lost all muscle tone. "Wearing a bra has no medical necessity whatsoever", says Susan M. Love, M.D in her book 'Dr. Susan Love's Breast'. This is similar to the myth that women supposedly need corsets to support their stomach muscles. In a 5-year study by Ryan EL, large-breasted...

Wearing brassieres has long been a custom for women all over the world; this practice has been as a result of a number of beliefs. Exposing the breasts or nipples has long been a taboo in most westernized nations thus requiring every woman to cover their breasts at all times. This has led to breasts being overly sexualized and capitalized by the fashion industry and not forgetting the pornographic industry. The breasts can no longer be seen as simply part of the female body or rather just a source of nourishment...

  Healthy breasts do not need "support". Our noses, ears, arms, and all our body parts do not need any “support’ either. If you put your left arm in a sling for six weeks, on the first morning of the seventh week, you would need "support" for that arm, because it would have lost all muscle tone. Naturally, none of your body parts need any external support (unless you are injured). Women evolved bra free. They ran, chased things, climbed trees, bounced up and down, exercised, and did many other...

1. Get a bra fitting session - As we get older, our breasts change shape and size, becoming fattier and less glandular, softer and less pert, especially after menopause. "Sagging is a natural occurrence," says the Stickeebra Research Team, "and there is nothing wrong with that, but many woman stick with the size they have always had, even when their body changes shape" 2. Experts recommend replacing bras every 6-8 months - I think this is a little excessive. Some of my bras are more than 2 years old and I'm so busy...