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.
A large observational study shows eating more whole-grain foods may be linked to a lower risk of getting liver cancer.
A study by an international group of researchers from organizations including the American Cancer Society finds that higher levels of vitamin D in the blood is associated with a lower risk for getting colorectal cancer.
New research published by the American Heart Association (AHA) suggests that adults in the US who follow 5 healthy lifestyle habits may live more than a decade longer compared with people who follow none of the 5 habits.
Researchers from major cancer centers across the US have found that colon cancer survivors who engaged in healthy lifestyle behaviors consistent with American Cancer Society guidelines lived longer than those who did not engage in those healthy behaviors.