These 5 lifestyle changes can help reduce your cancer risks by up to 50%

Prevention offers the most cost-effective long-term strategy for cancer control, and providing knowledge and understanding of good and bad habits can reduce exposure to many cancer risk factors that people may not be aware of.

1. Quit smoking

Research suggests that 10-15% of smokers will develop lung cancer or other smoking-related diseases. There are more than 700 toxins and at least 69 known carcinogens in cigarettes. E-cigarettes, contrary to the belief of many, are definitely not a healthier alternative either, as they come with their own unique health complications.

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