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BY Heather Alexander

Weight loss usually requires more than willpower. That’s because adjusting what you eat and how much you exercise are big lifestyle changes...

BY Katie Brooks

You’ve probably heard about MD Anderson’s Moon Shots Program™. But what is it?

We asked Ernest Hawk, M.D., co-leader of the Colorectal...

BY Clayton Boldt, Ph.D.

A well-balanced diet that’s rich in plant foods, including legumes and whole grains is important for everyone, including cancer survivors. Consistent healthy choices can help prevent weight gain and decrease body fat, which are linked to better quality of life and a lower risk of cancer and cancer recurrence. In healthy individuals, eating well, exercising and maintaining a healthy weight have been shown to decrease cancer risk.

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