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25 Things You Probably Didn’t Realize Can Cause Cancer

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Right after heart disease, cancer is the second leading cause of death in our country. And although most of us think of smoking when referring to things that can lead to cancer, there are others more subtle that have similar cancer risks. According to the National Cancer Institute, by 2030, the number of new cancer cases will most likely rise to 23.6 million.

The number is truly concerning, so that’s why we must be aware of the factors that can lead to cancer development. Some aren’t that obvious (as the ones we’re about to list in this article), so, with that in mind, let’s find out how we can slash our cancer risk.

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