Meet the Models: Robyn Stewart

By Caroline O'Donnell | April 8, 2020

“We do cancer well” Robyn Stewart says softly. It’s a poignant and well earned statement: Robyn is a three time cancer survivor and in the same breath classifies herself a warrior since 2006. It was in 2006 that Robyn received her first diagnosis of breast cancer at the age of 33.

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Meet the Models: Erin Drummey

By Caroline O'Donnell | April 1, 2020

Erin Drummey first attended Runway as an enthused supporter and, along with her group of girlfriends, was blown away by the positivity and energetically charged atmosphere a night about breast cancer could be. Never did she imagine that shortly after, she would be diagnosed with breast cancer herself.

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MARCH — THE NOW

By Olivia Achtmeyer Boger | March 20, 2020

I also know that I’ve survived some pretty bad loss, and I am ok. I know a lot of others who are similar. When you can accept what you can control and what you can’t, and when you can lean on others for support, you can get through a lot.

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FEBRUARY BLOG — LOVE

By Alex Hanken | February 11, 2020

And we are suggesting that one way to face the hardest moment that you’ll have to with a friend or family member is to keep the idea of “resilient love” in front of the pain of an “impossible to bear” diagnosis.

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JANUARY BLOG – FITNESS

By Lauren Torlone Mahoney | January 27, 2020

Researchers found that physical activity lowered the risk for depression, and that the amount of exercise required to prevent depression was relatively low — 15 minutes a day of strenuous exercise like running, or an hour of general activities like walking, housework, or gardening.

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