Cancer surpasses heart disease as the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 85. Currently, one in four Americans dies from cancer. A healthy lifestyle can reduce cancer risk by as much as 60 percent. These lectures offer hope and detailed information for improving overall health and reducing cancer risks. You'll find common sense recommendations for physical activities, developing good eating habits, quitting smoking, managing weight, coping with stress, and more. It also offers suggestions on how to make and maintain healthy lifestyle changes.
In this dynamic video series, you’ll learn about:
- Cancer risks and recommenda- tions for reducing them
- How to develop a personal action plan for improving lifestyle habits
- Personal aspects of cancer, including family, friends, and work relationships
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