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IU Health Arnett talks diet during Breast Cancer Awareness month series


IU Health Arnett talks diet during Breast Cancer Awareness month series
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“That includes diet, maintaining a healthy weight and physical activity or getting more exercise. McQueen recommended maintaining a plant-based diet and making fruits, vegetables and whole grains to help prevent cancer. Proper nutrition during

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