Martha Stewart’s Breast Cancer Episode on 10-18-11

by on October 17, 2011

in Entertainment

The Martha Stewart Show

On Tuesday, October 17th, 2011, this particular episode of The Martha Stewart Show will be bringing awareness to the cause of breast cancer.  She’s calling her episode “The Breast Cancer Hour.”

In this episode, they touch on the latest research and information on the field of breast cancer.

The Power of One Against Breast CancerLike I’ve said before, All it takes is The Power of $One….  One person, one dollar.  No huge commitment, nust a bit of help in the fight against this disease that affects 1 in 8 women.  If you think about that number, you will find that there is someone in your life that has been afflicted with this disease.  And though it’s kept pretty private amongst the circle of victims, you would be surprised how devastating it is to find out you or someone you love has been attacked by this evil.

The episode description for the Martha Stewart Show episode:

Tuesday, October 18

The Breast Cancer Hour

Join Martha for a special show dedicated to breast cancer prevention, with the latest research and healthy lifestyle advice from a dream team of cancer experts. Learn about five overlooked risk factors from surgeon Deborah Axelrod, get up-to-date on stem-cell research with Susan Solomon and Scott Noggle of the New York Stem Cell Foundation, and find foods that help ward off cancer with oncologist Mitchell Gaynor.

Other episodes this week:

Wednesday, October 19

Creative Pumpkin Carving

Get inspired to create your most impressive pumpkin ever with a look at carving greatness in action: Master sculptor Ray Villafane transforms a pumpkin into an eye-poppingly realistic Halloween visage. Plus, think beyond the pie with delicious recipes that feature canned pumpkin from Everyday Food’s Sarah Carey, and get a quick way to update your cabinetry.

 

Thursday, October 20

Apple Recipes and Drac-o’-Lanterns

Pumpkin shares the stage with fall’s favorite fruit, the apple, in a show dedicated to seasonal cooking and crafting. Learn how to make recipes for apple butter and apple dumplings with cider-rum sauce from Amy Traverso, author of “The Apple Lover’s Cookbook.” Plus, an elegant cider-bourbon cocktail recipe and a toothy pumpkin Drac-o’-lantern how-to.

 

Friday, October 21

Jack-o’-Lantern Ideas

Put that pumpkin stem to clever use as a 3-D jack-o’-lantern nose with artist Michael Natiello’s easy how-to. Plus, incorporate pumpkin into your cooking in new ways with recipes for fresh cappellacci with pumpkin and sage butter and chocolate-chip pumpkin spice cake, made with husband-and-wife cooking team Gabe and Katherine Thompson.

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