New Year’s 2019 Resolutions – Part Two

Be motivated to set and follow cancer-related New Year’s resolutions.

As we noted yesterday, we need to set meaningful resolutions so as to be better. We should do this in a positive, motivated, and continuing manner. Today, we offer New Year’s 2019 Resolutions – Part Two.

This post deals more directly with the kinds of resolutions that those of us dealing with cancer need to address.

According to the Irish Cancer Society:

“[We are] urging people to make simple lifestyle changes, as part of their New Year’s resolutions, to significantly lower their risk of cancer. Four out of ten cancer cases are preventable by making a number of lifestyle changes recommended in the European Code Against Cancer. 40% of cancer risk has been attributed to five lifestyle factors—tobacco, diet, overweight/obesity, alcohol and low physical activity.”

“The Society suggests people follow the European Code Against Cancer, which includes 12 simple steps to help reduce their risk of cancer.”

Consider the applicable steps when setting and adhering to your own personal cancer-related resolutions for 2019.

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New Year's 2019 Resolutions - Part Two