February is National Cancer Prevention Month
February is National Cancer Prevention Month

Research has shown that more than 40% of cancer diagnoses in the United States can be attributed to preventable causes like smoking, obesity, physical inactivity, and sun exposure.

And, even worse -- more than one-third of Americans don't realize that lower physical activity increases the risk of cancer.

Make a commitment this month to get your heart pumping at least 30 minutes every other day to lower your risk for several common cancers, including colon cancer.

Plus, it's never too early to get checked out! Preventive care is covered 100% by our health insurance.

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Did you know that poor diet, lack of activity, and being overweight are leading causes of cancer?