Eat well, cut your cancer risk

Providence Cancer Center's Miles Hassell, M.D., explains what to eat, what to avoid and why we should read nutrition labels.

Fat is good, bagels are bad

Small steps can bring big gains in preventing or living with breast cancer. As you make decisions about what you eat every day, there are some dietary rules you should take seriously. Preserved meats, refined sugars, white flour, hydrogenated oils and "fake food" in general not only affect how you look and feel, but may lead to serious medical conditions. Learn more ยป