Lifestyle choices have impact on cancer risk

It is that time of year: The color pink is everywhere, so it must be October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Genetics, environmental factors and lifestyle habits all play a part in our risk for cancer. While we can’t control our genes or often the environment, the good news is our cancer risk is something we can increase or decrease by the lifestyle choices we make.

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