Bad Habits That Have Been Linked To Cancer

When you have a headache or muscle cramps, you may think nothing of taking some who take aspirin on a daily basis could double their risk of developing melanoma, a type of skin cancer.

Taking aspirin daily

When the summer sun is burning bright, it’s important to wear sunscreen. Harmful UV rays have been linked to cancer

Forgetting your sunscreen

Leaving your bedside lamp on at night might have a surprising link to cancer. Exposure to dim light may contribute to the spread of breast cancer

Having the lamp on at night

Oral hygiene is highly important. What’s more, this aspect of your care routine may affect more than merely your teeth. Bacteria around your teeth could play a role in the onset of pancreatic cancer

Failing to floss properly

Maintaining a proper work-life balance could be the key to better health. Long office hours have been linked to illnesses such as cancer in women,

Working overtime

Crackers are a staple snack, but perhaps you should cut back on them. Information from the National Cancer Institute suggests that crackers could expose people to acrylamide, a chemical that has been linked to cancer.

Eating crackers

these food products may also contain acrylamide. That means that eating too many of these tasty treats could be a risk factor for developing cancer.

Snacking on cookies

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