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Updated ACS guidelines for diet and physical activity aim to help cancer survivors reduce their risk for the cancer's return and for dying from cancer.
The latest statistics about the major cancer risk factors and screening test use in the United States are now available in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention and in the American Cancer Society Report Cancer Prevention and Early Detection, 2021-2022.
Some of the most common New Year's resolutions – to lose weight, exercise more, and quit smoking – are healthy habits that can help you lower your cancer risk and benefit you for the rest of your life.
The American Cancer Society has updated its guideline on diet and physical activity for cancer prevention. Staying at a healthy weight, staying active throughout life, following a healthy eating pattern, and avoiding or limiting alcohol may greatly reduce a person's lifetime risk of developing or dying from cancer.
If you’re looking for a new exercise to keep you active, consider jogging. Good shoes and a place to move, like a sidewalk, track, or treadmill, are all that’s required.
Vacuuming, dusting, mopping, and cleaning the bathroom are not on most people’s lists of fun activities. So, it’s nice to know that some chores can help us burn calories and strengthen muscles.
Walking can be one of the best ways to get exercise and stay healthy. It can help you meet your physical activity goals and lower your risk for cancer, heart disease, and other health problems. All you need is a good pair of shoes and a safe place to walk.
Practicing yoga can help control blood pressure, breathing, heart rate, and other body functions that can help lower stress and increase relaxation. Learn more about the benefits of this ancient discipline.