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Focused on Health provides information on making healthy lifestyle choices to reduce your risk for cancer.
Surveys show that men are less likely than women to go to the doctor. This makes them less likely to get their cancer screenings.
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2016: The year in cancer prevention
Moderate vs. vigorous exercise
Cancer prevention: Overcoming diet and exercise slips
Water drinks: How to spot imposters
Try these foods to help lower your cancer risk
BMI: 4 things you should know
How sunscreen works
5 Health benefits of cycling
Healthy ways to get more energy
How to read a nutrition label
8 ways to help your kids get exercise indoors
4 things you should know about cleanses, detoxes and fasts
The year in cancer prevention: 5 things you need to know
HPV by the numbers
The truth behind 5 metabolism myths
How to add more exercise and activity to your day
Healthy lunch ideas for kids
Protect your health with the right dietary fats
Probiotics: Healthy bacteria for your gut
Keep your home safe to lower your cancer risk
Yoga: Build a strong body and mind
Caffeine: Health perks and pitfalls
How strength training pumps up your health
How stress affects cancer risk
Can a daily aspirin lower your cancer risk?
Breastfeeding lowers your breast cancer risk
Food and cancer: 8 truths to help lower risk
How your weight affects your cancer risk
7 foods that lower women's cancer risk
Exercise and cancer: Your training guide
Inflammation and cancer: Why your diet is important
Should you juice your fruits and vegetables?
10 Cancer symptoms men shouldn’t ignore
Hours of sitting: What’s your cancer risk?
Food for thought: A diet review