We already know that exercise, eating plenty of cruciferous vegetables and antioxidant-packed fruits, and abstaining from tobacco are some of the most tried and true ways to lower your risk of cancer. That and staying away from radiation zones and air pollution, of course.

But recent research has uncovered several other surprising things that may assist in lowering your cancer risk. From coffee to breastfeeding, this slideshow will examine some relatively simple things you can do that might have a positive impact on your health. Of course, many of these things need to be further researched; but for the time being, they’re interesting to discuss when it comes to cancer prevention.

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