Sweating cancer away

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Sweating cancer away

Survivors urged to eat better, exercise more
Before, doctors prescribed surgery and chemotherapy for cancer, now, a better diet and exercise may be added to that list. The American Cancer Society says that preventing cancer from returning should involve being more active and eating nutritious food, especially for those who are obese or overweight. Lawrence Gentner, 68, is one of just three men in an exercise group in Atlanta. Women are more likely to take advice to exercise and eat healthier, experts say.
Cancer survivor Hastine Reese, 50, of Stockbridge Ga., joined an excercise class at the persuasion of her husband. He thought that it would be a good cure for her depression as well as her overall health.
Motivational bracelets inspire cancer survivor Susan Morris, 65, to keep exercising regularly.

Sweating cancer away

Before, doctors prescribed surgery and chemotherapy for cancer, now, a better diet and exercise may be added to that list. The American Cancer Society says that preventing cancer from returning should involve being more active and eating nutritious food, especially for those who are obese or overweight. Lawrence Gentner, 68, is one of just three men in an exercise group in Atlanta. Women are more likely to take advice to exercise and eat healthier, experts say.
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Cancer survivor Hastine Reese, 50, of Stockbridge Ga., joined an excercise class at the persuasion of her husband. He thought that it would be a good cure for her depression as well as her overall health.
Motivational bracelets inspire cancer survivor Susan Morris, 65, to keep exercising regularly.
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