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Focused on Health provides information on making healthy lifestyle choices to reduce your risk for cancer.
If we don’t get enough protein, our bodies will use what we already have and break down our muscle.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in men and women in the United States. It's on the rise among people under 50. Learn more about how to spot the signs and reduce your risk for colorectal cancer.
Knowing the risk factors that make a teen likely to try smoking can help you prevent them from starting.
Take this list to your next grocery visit, and stock up on these cancer-fighting ingredients. And remember to make fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains the biggest part of every meal.
Research shows that drinking even a small amount of alcohol increases your chances of developing cancer, including oral, breast and liver cancer.
Drinking less alcohol can help lower your cancer risk.
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