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20 Proven Ways to Stay Cancer-Free

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We all fear cancer and hope to never get it (or never get it again). There’s plenty of advice floating around for how to do that, but not all of it is correct, and even the bona fide scientific research often conflicts with other just as authoritative scientific research. So what’s your best plan for dodging the dreaded “C”?

We can help you figure that out.

Of course, no one can guarantee that you won’t get cancer. But you can do a lot to make your risk as low as possible. Bottom Line’s Guide to How to Stay Cancer-Free tells you about strategies that have been scientifically proven to help. And it goes way beyond the usual advice such as “exercise” and “don’t smoke” (duh!). For instance, our experts explain why donuts and soda raise your risk for certain particularly deadly cancers…what “healthy” breakfast habit makes you 74% more likely to develop a certain very common cancer…the popular drug that gives men a 92% higher risk for deadly skin melanoma…a special cancer concern for women taking drugs for high blood pressure…the “sushi trick” that makes a certain vegetable an even better cancer preventative…and much more!

Read below for how to give yourself and your family the best chance of never having cancer…

You’ll also want to check out our Guide to Preventing Colon Cancer Naturally.


Foods (and Drink) That Kill

The Sugar-Cancer Link: Newest Findings

Little-Known Risk Factors for Cancer: Fruit Juice, Alarm Clocks, Heavy Traffic and More

Even One Drink a Day Raises Cancer Risk: Should You Give Up Alcohol?


Eat and Drink This Instead

The Pizza That Fights Heart Disease (Cancer, Too)

Reduce Cancer Risk by 40% with Vitamin E

5 Cups of Coffee a Day Can Be Good For You!

Frozen Broccoli: How to Restore Its Cancer-Fighting Power

Coffee Protects Against Liver Cancer

Raw Garlic Protects Against Lung Cancer

Beer Marinade Reduces Cancer Hazard from Grilled Meat

The Right Selenium Supplement for Prostate Health


Risk Factors…and What to Do About Them

Never Stick a Cell Phone In Your Bra!

Tender Breasts Mean Increased Cancer Risk for Hormone Therapy Users

Dense Breasts Increase Your Cancer Risk—Here’s What Helps

Mouthwash and Dentures Linked to Increased Risk of Oral Cancer

Lack of Sperm Linked to Increased Cancer Risk

Vietnam Veterans at Risk for Advanced Prostate Cancer

Lung Cancer Breakthroughs: Prevention and Detection


Meds to Consider…and Reconsider

Viagra Linked to Melanoma Skin Cancer Risk

Certain Blood Pressure Drugs Are Linked to Breast Cancer Risk

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Date: January 27, 2015 Publication: Bottom Line Health
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