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A healthy lifestyle reduces your risk of cancer. Find out how to adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
You can make food choices every day that give you a greater chance of avoiding cancer.
Alcohol increases your risk of a number of cancers.
Just 30 minutes a day is a good start to staying active.
Find out if your weight is increasing your cancer risk.
If you have had a breast or bowel cancer, exercising can help to reduce the risk of your cancer coming back. Being active can also help you to feel better and improve your overall health and well being after a cancer experience.
Nine out of every ten cases of skin cancer are caused by ultraviolet rays from the sun and sunbeds and therefore can be prevented.
One in every three cancers is caused by smoking. The good news is that the minute you stop is the minute your risk starts to fall.
What is screening and for which cancers is it available?
Staying healthy at work and in the community.
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