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When we think of self-care we tend to think of facials, yoga or taking a candlelit bath. But we should think about our health, too, and checking your breasts definitely needs to be on the list.

With Breast Cancer Awareness month upon us, there’s no better time to add checking your breasts to your self-care routine. A regular check could mean any abnormalities get picked up quickly and lead to a speedier diagnosis.

“Checking your breasts only takes a few minutes and it could be when you’re getting dressed, showering or putting on moisturiser,” says Addie Mitchell, clinical nurse specialist at Breast Cancer Now. “There’s no

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