According to a study from American Cancer Society (ACS) researchers, about 42% of cancer cases and 45% of cancer deaths in the U.S. are linked to lifestyle risk factors—meaning they could be preventable.
Being a woman puts you at risk for breast and cervical cancer. One of the best ways to protect yourself is by getting regular screening tests. These tests are designed to find problems early, before you have any symptoms. Problems are easier to treat at this early stage.
Even the best work situation can sometimes be hard to handle. If you find yourself snacking a little too often or snapping at your coworkers, you might be experiencing a period of increased job stress.
For some teens and adults, restricting food and avoiding eating can become extreme—and even harm their health.
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