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Bermuda Cancer & Health Centre

What Your Family Tree Can Tell You About Cancer Risk

Tracing the family tree is a hobby many people enjoy. It can be fun to be a family historian, gathering stories and discovering connections to people and places you may never have known about otherwise! Knowing your family’s medical history may not provide that same sense of fun and adventure, but it’s equally informative and even more important for your health. Because families share genes, environments and even lifestyle, they may also share patterns of health disorders – including certain…


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Its Never Too Late To Quit

It’s no secret that tobacco is a leading cause of cancer. The World Health Organization describes tobacco as the single greatest avoidable risk factor for cancer mortality and estimates that its use kills more than 8 million people worldwide every…


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Can Exercise Lower Your Cancer Risk?

Did you know that lack of exercise is a risk factor for cancer? Even if you eat a healthy diet, don’t smoke, drink alcohol in moderation, and maintain a healthy body weight, a lack of physical activity plays a role…


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How To Eat Well To Be Well

The World Health Organization estimates that about one in six deaths globally is due to cancer. In 2018, that added up to about 9.6 million deaths around the world. At the same time, about one third of those cancer deaths…


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When it Comes to Alcohol, Make Moderation Your Goal

How many social situations for adults are alcohol-free? Most work parties, events with friends, meals at restaurants, and big life celebrations include alcoholic beverages. Drinking is a routine part of life, yet many of us partake without knowing about the…

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What Everyone Needs to Know About Unprotected Sex and Immunization

Research indicates that only 5-10 percent of cancers are hereditary. This means that there is much we can do to reduce our chances of a cancer diagnosis. Being careful in the sun, maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly, reducing alcohol…