7 Shocking Things That Raise Your Cancer Risk

The most common risk factors for cancer include aging, being overweight, smoking, alcohol, some viruses and bacteria, sun exposure, radiation exposure, certain hormones, family history of cancer, bad diet, or lack of physical activity. But did you know that even your well-done steak can raise your cancer risk?

If the answer is no, you should definitely read this article and find out those shocking thing that can raise your cancer risk.

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  1. Just diagnosed with breast cancer-I usually am in front of tv at night for any where between 3-5hrs as I fall asleep on the couch-it’s been a bad habit for about 4yrs now-Ughhhh!

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