10 ways to reduce your cancer risk

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10 ways to reduce your cancer risk

Dry Feb is a fundraiser that helps you get healthy while also raising funds to make a difference for Canadians affected by cancer. Part of getting healthy is to learn more about your body and overall health. This poster comes with the goal of educating Canadians about cancer prevention and lists 10 ways they can reduce their cancer risk. It also provides details about each risk factor.

Number 5 is to limit alcohol. The less alcohol you drink, the more you reduce your risk of cancer. Dry Feb is a great way to consume less alcohol and to raise vital funds for the Canadian Cancer Society to fund ground-breaking research and provide a compassionate national support system for Canadians living with cancer.

Download the resource below to find 9 other ways to reduce your risk.

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This article has been republished with permission from the Canadian Cancer Society's website.

Important Note

Dry Feb is a fundraising campaign aimed at challenging social drinkers to change their habits for a month and make some healthy lifestyle changes. We would encourage people to drink responsibly and stick to the recommended daily guidelines for the rest of the year. We advise heavy drinkers or people dependent on alcohol to speak with their healthcare provider before signing up to Dry Feb.