Ways to Lower Your Risk of Getting Cancer
There's no magic pill to keep you from getting cancer, but you can do some things to lower the risk - like avoiding smoking, eating healthy foods and getting screened for the disease. According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the world's leading cause of death, but about one in three cases can be prevented.
Ways to avoid noncommunicable diseases.
Citizen, 6 November 2017
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