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Nut consumption associated with reduced risk of some types of cancer

Nut consumption is associated with a decreased risk of certain types of cancer. Click here to read the article.

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Battling cancer with exercise, nutrition and mental health

Exercise, mental health, nutrition — these are all areas that can affect how someone lives during and after cancer treatment.

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Smoking Increases Risk of Prostate Cancer Recurrence After Surgery

Smoking is a risk factor for biochemical recurrence of prostate cancer  following radical prostatectomy. Click here to read the article

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Exercise May Blunt a Woman’s Risk of Lung and Breast Cancer

Women seem less likely to either develop or die from lung or breast cancer if they engage in physical activity.

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Average U.S. Diet May Kill Prostate Cancer Survivors

Prostate cancer survivors who eat a typical American diet loaded with red meat, cheese and white bread are far more

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You’ve Got to Move It, Move It, Move It

If sedentary office workers could get off their posteriors for at least 2 hours a day……..  Click here to read

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Chemicals in Your Popcorn?

What do a pizza box, a polar bear and you have in common?   Click here to read the article.

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Moderate to high-intensity exercise programs in breast cancer patients

…… Help stave off expected declines in fitness and function during adjuvant chemotherapy. Click here to read the article.

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AntiCancer Living: The Mix of Six

AntiCancer Living consists of six lifestyle pillars of health that are linked with cancer risk and/or influence outcomes for those

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Sunscreen Alert!!

Summer is around the corner, and when it comes to sunscreen, it’s important to know how to stay covered.  Click

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