A survey on the views of 800 adult women about cancer prevention found that 9.9% of those who reported eating a healthy diet consumed the recommended level of vegetables and fruits. Of those who said they were physically active, 39.7% met the minimum recommended levels. "The data revealed a substantial disconnect between what women believed they were doing to help prevent cancer and what they reported actually doing," said the lead researcher of the study in the Journal of Women's Health.
Many women fail to meet diet, activity criteria for cancer prevention
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