Smoking & Tobacco
Tobacco use is accountable for at least 30% of all cancer deaths, and smoking causes nearly 90% of all lung cancers. People who live with smokers are more likely to develop lung cancer and even limited exposure to secondhand smoke can raise your heart disease risk.
Making the right food choices is a powerful cancer prevention tool. Find out how to fight cancer with proper nutrition.
Being physically active reduces your risk for many cancers. In addition, it can help you maintain a healthy weight.
The best way to protect yourself from skin cancer is to limit your exposure to UV rays from the sun and tanning beds.
The HPV vaccine is the best protection against HPV and related cancers. All boys and girls between the ages of 11 and 12 should complete the HPV vaccine series.