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October 2014 | Issue 99

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Marilyn GentryWelcome Readers,

Fall is the perfect time to enjoy a cup of hot tea, our newest food that fights cancer. Read up on the latest research on soy and breast cancer and try out our fragrant apple crisp. Plus, we have some great exercises to do while you watch the big game.


Have you seen our new site? Get
evidence-based information
and interactive tools to reduce cancer risk.

soy uses

From milk to meat substitutes, soy foods have made their way into snacks, burgers and breakfasts. That’s good news if you’re working to eat healthier, yet soy is among the top foods we get asked about the most when it comes to breast cancer. Get the latest on this hot topic.

Assortment of leaves and brewed TeasHow Can Drinking Tea Boost My Health?

White, Black, Green and Oolong – Americans drink about 3.6 billion gallons, or 79 billion servings, of tea every year. Tea’s growing popularity may be due to emerging research on potential health benefits.
Football In Autumn Leaves

Coach’s Corner: I Want to Watch TV! Can I Be Active While Watching?

Want to watch sports and TV shows but feel like you should be exercising? Just change how you’re watching them. Our expert offers suggestions.

Apple CrispApples Galore (Recipe)

It’s apple season and sampling the many kinds that show up in farmer’s markets and roadside stands is a fun and healthy way to boost your health with cancer-fighting compounds and fiber. Try this delicious recipe for apple crisp.

older white hetro couple with financial plannerMake an Investment in Cancer Research

Many professional advisors are recommending that donors who give to charity should also consider making a gift of appreciated securities. Learn more about giving stock and bonds from an attorney.


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