Lifestyle plays an important role in breast cancer development and although you can't control your genetics, you can modify your eating patters and be more physically active to lower your risk of developing breast cancer.
From budget friendly recipes, to food safety tips, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) developed a website that can help you follow a healthier lifestyle. By making small changes at a time, you can achieve the goal you've always wanted to reach.
While there is no guaranteed way to prevent breast cancer, certain lifestyle changes may help you reduce your risk of developing the disease.
A recent study published in the Journal of Radiation Oncology reviews clinical toxicity and patient-reported quality of life outcomes after prostate cancer treatment with proton beam therapy.
Brain development is at its peak during childhood and according to a recent study, physical activity, sleep and less screen time is recommended to to improve brain development and cognitive functions.