February 2005 Issue

Help Prevent Breast Cancer: Watch Calories, Make Carbs Count, Exercise

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, but maybe the most feared. You canít change risk factors like age, race and family history. But eating right and being active may help fend off the development or recurrence of the disease. EN takes an updated look at what can reduce your risk.

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