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Healthy Living Newsletter
March 2014
Diet, exercise, smoking, and other lifestyle choices you make all impact your overall health and your risk for cancer. To help you stay well, the American Cancer Society offers the Healthy Living Newsletter, a monthly email with useful information on eating right, staying active, and other steps you can take to help reduce your cancer risk.  |  Español
6 Signs of Colon Cancer
The earlier colon cancer can be found, the more likely it can be successfully treated. There are symptoms that could be caused by other conditions — but they could also be signs of colon cancer.
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6 Signs of Colon Cancer
Household Chores Add Up to Exercise
Household Chores Add Up to Exercise

Regular exercise isn't always easy to fit into our busy lives. So it's nice to know that some chores and activities we're already doing can burn calories and strengthen muscles. Find out what counts.
Plan a Healthier Commute
Plan a Healthier Commute

Driving solo to and from work every day can be stressful and contributes to unhealthy air pollution. Alternate methods of commuting such as carpooling, public transportation, walking, and biking are good for you, good for your employer, and good for the environment.
Good Carbohydrates? They Exist!
Good Carbohydrates? They Exist!

Despite what you may have heard, not all carbs are bad. In fact, the right carbs can be an important part of a healthy diet. Learn which carbs are good, and how to incorporate them into your meals and snacks.
Barley: the Wonder Grain
Barley: the Wonder Grain

Barley not only provides protein, B vitamins, potassium, and fiber with very little sodium or fat, but also fights cholesterol production. And it's delicious in a hearty recipe for Chicken and Barley Stew.