4 lifestyle changes to reduce your cancer risk

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A lot of news about cancer shines the spotlight on new and exciting drugs or treatments. Lost in the shuffle is something scientists have long known: lifestyle plays a big role in the prevention of many types of cancer.

Such a strong role, in fact, that a recent study in the journal JAMA Oncology suggests four key lifestyle habits — not smoking, exercising regularly, keeping weight at a healthy level, and drinking in moderation — could potentially cut cancer deaths in half. That’s right: 50% of all cancer deaths might be prevented with some simple changes in the way you eat, drink and live.

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