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1 - Preventing breast cancer
How to prevent breast cancer?

Generally speaking, breast cancer is most common among women in their fifties. It’s characterized by a multiplication of cells in the glands or milk ducts of the breast. This cluster of cells forms a “malignant tumor”.
2 - Preventing addictions in teenagers
Adolescence is a time of many physical and psychological changes and is a period of curiosity, risk-taking and challenging behavior. Teenagers look for new experiences, with a certain resistance to established rules.
3 - Preventing colorectal cancer
What is colorectal cancer?

Colorectal cancer, otherwise known as bowel cancer, is the third most common cancer. In 40% of cases,
it occurs in the colon, also known as the large intestine, and in 60% of cases in the rectum, located in the latter end of the large intestine. This type of cancer generally affects people over the age of fifty.
4 - Prevention and oral hygiene for children
Oral hygiene is a set of practices aimed at removing the dental plaque that naturally, and constantly, forms on the surface of teeth during meals. If plaque is not removed, the bacteria within it may result in gum disease and/or contribute to the development of tooth decay.
5 - Preventing back pain and lumbago
Our daily life is becoming increasingly sedentary and stressful. The back concentrates all the tension felt in our body. What can be done to attempt to relieve and avoid one of today’s major conditions: lumbago?

Lumbago is merely a symptom caused by a wide range of factors. The first reflex involves eliminating organic causes through further examination.

The most common type of lumbago is lower back pain, which, while not serious, may be disabling.
6 - Preventing cardiovascular risks
Cardiovascular disease may be fatal, but that does not mean that it is inevitable. While it is impossible to change some personal risk factors such as family history, age and gender, there are a few simple key prevention measures that you can carry out to reduce the risk.

You can avoid future heart problems by adopting a healthy lifestyle right away. Here are seven prevention tips to set you on the right track.
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