Useful Links

Make sure you check out these useful links about Living a Healthy Lifestyle and Cancer Preventions

See below some amazing links well worth a read.

Within this area of the platform, your can check out and explore key information and educate yourself on the simple changes to our life that can help the prevention of Cancer.

Making sure you check yourself regulary

Making sure you check yourself regulary

It is important for Men to check themselves for lumps regularly and highlight any concerns to Doctors and professionals as early as possible.  

Check out the simple guide on how to check your body.

How to do a Breast Self-Exam in 5 simple steps

How to do a Breast Self-Exam in 5 simple steps

Regularly examining your breasts is a good habit to get into as it can help you to detect any changes.

This guide will show you how to do this in 5 easy steps.

Cancer Cells and Sugar

Cancer Cells and Sugar

Just like our healthy cells, malignant cancer cells need energy to survive. Here Dr. Sophia Lunt explains how she intends to cut off cancer cells' survival potential, and pioneer a new way of halting their growth.

Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating

Not all cancers are preventable however diet and lifestyle can have a significant impact on your overall health and can reduce your risk of developing cancers as well as other diseases. Here are some healthy eating hacks to help you boost your nutrition intake easily and cheaply!

Help with Quitting Smoking

Help with Quitting Smoking

Quitting smoking isn't easy but there is help available if you are ready to make the change.  Check out the many different steps to starting on that journey, and all the help that is out there for you.

We all have our reasons to quit, make your health related.

Cancer Prevention and Healthy Living

Cancer Prevention and Healthy Living

Not all types of cancer can be prevented. However, research shows that lifestyle factors such as nutritional choices, regular exercise, and reducing stress can lower a person’s risk of developing certain types of cancer. Medical oncologist Dr. Mark A. O’Rourke discusses why these factors are important in lowering cancer risk.