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redu_h1 Alcohol increases your risk of breast cancer, so keep your alcohol consumption down. Your risk increases with each standard drink per day. This includes beer, wine and spirits.
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redu_h2 Active women of all ages are at reduced risk of breast cancer compared to women who do not exercise. And the more exercise you do, the bigger the benefits.
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redu_h3 Having children at a younger age (less than 30 years) can reduce your risk of breast cancer. The more children you have, the lower your risk.
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redu_h4 Breastfeeding for a total of 12 months or longer can slightly reduce your breast cancer risk.
 
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BREAST CHANGES

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