<b>Cancer prevention: What can I do to reduce my risk?</b>


Do you smoke?

Is being physically active low on your priority list…or not on it at all?

Are you overweight?

Do your dinners often involve a drive-through?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above, you have an increased risk of developing cancer at some point in your life. There are four risk factors that if present, are indicative of an increased risk for developing cancer: tobacco use, inactivity, poor diet, and being overweight.

By making smarter, healthier lifestyle choices, you can significantly reduce your risk for developing cancer. Click here to read cancer prevention tips and learn how you could lower your own chances of getting it.

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