A Few Healthy Changes Can Reduce Your Cancer Risk
Did you know that choices you make right now can have a profound impact on your risk for eventual cancer?
Focus on Prevention & Education
2014 Surgeon General Report
Physicians promoted "fresh" or "less irritating" cigarettes in advertisements into the 1950s—now we know tobacco smoke harms even nonsmokers. Unless things change, experts predict that 5.6 million of today’s children will die early as a result of smoking.
Wear sun screen, eat nutritious foods, get a little exercise each day, don’t smoke or chew tobacco, and drink in moderation—the right choices today can make the difference for your health tomorrow and for many, many tomorrows after that.
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