Do These Things to Lower Your Risk for Breast Cancer

Make some easy lifestyle changes to lower your risk for breast cancer
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If breast cancer runs in your family, or you have previously been diagnosed with breast cancer and overcame it, you may be wondering if there is anything you can do to prevent it. Although family history can’t be changed, if you make some lifestyle changes you may be able to lower your risk.

According to breastcancer.org, the risks for breast cancer include age, family history, genetics, personal history of breast cancer, radiation to chest or face before age 30, race/ethnicity, being overweight and breastfeeding history, just to name a few.

If you want to lower your risk for breast cancer, take care of your health. Exercise more, quit smoking, control your weight, sleep more and go outside to reap the benefits of vitamin D.

 

Do These Things to Lower Your Risk for Breast Cancer

 

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