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Tips On Cancer Prevention

Cancer is a deadly condition, and though it can be cured when diagnosed at an early stage, prevention is always the best option. Studies have not yet revealed the exact causes of cancer; however staying away from carcinogens and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a suggested way to prevent cancer. Some quick Tips on Cancer Prevention are provided :

 Stay away from carcinogens: Tobacco, in any form, is harmful for the body and is a proven carcinogen. Staying away from smoking or tobacco chewing or any other kind of carcinogen is a good precaution you can take against cancer.

 Eat healthy: Eating healthy is the best way to stay fit and to help prevent your chances of gettng cancer. Include lots of vegetables rich in vitamins and minerals in your daily diet. Drinking adequate water is also important as it helps to flush out the toxins and aids in normal operation of your body functions.

 Maintain proper weight: Obesity invites a number of conditions and diseases. It can weaken the immune system, and make you susceptible to diseases. So, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and proper weight according to your height and build will keep your immune system active.

The above changes in your life can be effective in cancer prevention.

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