The Five Healthy Habits that Lower Cancer Risk

The Five Healthy Habits that Lower Cancer Risk

Evidence from over 340,000 adults in the U.K. Biobank found after 5 years that those who met all five of the healthy living factors were 32% less likely to get cancer than those who met only one or none. The five healthy lifestyle factors are: healthy weight...
Individuals with High-Risks Often Don’t Recognize Them

Individuals with High-Risks Often Don’t Recognize Them

Research in Canada found many high-risk patients do not recognize a need to change their lifestyle—especially with hypertension, diabetes, and alcohol use. The risk factors most likely to encourage change to improve health were: smoking, obesity, sedentary living,...
Wishing You a Healthy New Year

Wishing You a Healthy New Year

As you start the new year, you may be thinking about making resolutions that will improve your health. Dr. Max Hammonds shares three absolute rules for reaching success: There are no magic pills—none. Quick-fixes don’t exist and are a waste of time. One size...
Lifestyle Modifications Make Big Difference in Cancer Burden

Lifestyle Modifications Make Big Difference in Cancer Burden

More than 28,000 healthcare professionals who met four healthy-living criteria (never or past smoking, moderate or no alcohol, BMI of 18.5-27.4, and regular physical activity) were compared with over 100,000 participants who did not meet all four criteria....
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