The risk of concussions in youth sports like football and hockey has been in the spotlight a lot lately. But concussions don't just happen because of collisions on the gridiron, rink or playing field. They can happen on the water too. Experts at Mayo Clinic want to make sure people know that even at slow speeds, a skier, wake boarder or even someone riding behind the boat on an inner tube can get a concussion when they hit the water.
Twelve-percent. That's the risk most women have of getting breast cancer in their lifetime. But if you test positive for one of two known breast cancer genes, that risk shoots up to as high as 80-percent. The sisters you're about to meet tested positive for a breast cancer gene. But they chose different ways of dealing with that information. That's good news, because it means if you have the gene and want to reduce your risk of getting breast cancer, you have options.