Focused on Health provides information on making healthy lifestyle choices to reduce your risk for cancer.
Exercise is an important part of cancer prevention and living a healthy life. But how do you know which type of exercise is right for you?
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2016: The year in cancer prevention
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