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    Cancer is an abnormal cell growth with the potential to invade or spread to other parts of the body. These contrast with benign tumors, which do not spread.

    Cancer is one of the world’s leading causes of death, but fortunately about 33% cases can be prevented, according to the World Health Organization. There’s no magic pill to keep you from getting cancer, but you can do some things to improve your odds.

    *Wear Sunscreen*
    Harmful rays from the sun can give you more than a sunburn. Ultraviolet radiation can cause skin cancer, the most common kind of cancer in the U.S. Most cases are curable if they’re found and treated early. Sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher can help protect you.

    *Eat More Vegetables and Fruits*
    Vegetables and fruits can help lower your risk of a range of cancers in your mouth, throat, windpipe, and esophagus. These foods have things that help your cells prevent damage that may lead to cancer later. You should get at least 2 1/2 cups of fruits and vegetables a day.

    *Get cancer screenings*
    Different types of cancer screenings and tests can check for different types, like breast, colon, prostate, or skin. Consult your doctor to know which of these screenings you really need.

    *Don’t Reckon With Supplements*
    It’s better to get nutrients from whole foods than supplements.
    A diet rich in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains is better than nutritional supplements to lower your risk of cancer. Supplements may help with certain conditions, but don’t bet on them to prevent cancer.

    *Reduce Your Intake of Sugar*
    Too much of sugar consumption enhances the risk of obesity and cancer.
    Foods or drinks with a lot of sugar tend to have more calories per ounce. You don’t have to avoid the sugar entirely, but watch out for foodthe and drinks with added sweeteners.

    *Eat Less of Red Meat*
    Reduce your consumption of red meat along with cured meats like bacon, hot dogs, and lunchmeat, to reduce your risk of colon and stomach cancers.

    *Reduce Your Intake of Alcohol*
    Excess alcohol consumption can raise your risk of cancers of the digestive system — your stomach, lier, and colon, among others — as well as breast and throat cancer. It can hurt tissues in your body, damage your liver, and mix with other chemicals to harm your risk of Cance

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