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Issue 33 | April 2009
AICR Guidelines Trefoil Under the Microscope
More Evidence on Alcohol and Breast Cancer
Spring is here, ushering in a new season of weddings and garden parties. Amid all the toasts and cocktail spreads, it’s important to know why you may wish to politely decline that second drink, or even the first.

 3 Women with Alcoholoic drinks

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Community Gardens Yield Better Health
3 people working in a Vegetable Garden
Don’t have a patch of ground to call your own? Community gardens are a great way to get some fresh air – and a healthy dose of physical activity – while bringing in a bumper crop of cancer protection.

Icon: Diet Mythbusters
Healthy vs. “Natural
100% Natural Label
Consumers looking to eat healthfully are seeking out natural products. But does seeing the word “natural” on a food label really mean it's healthy?

Icon: diet From AICR's test kitchen
Toss Up a Healthy Pasta Primavera
Pasta Primavera
Asparagus and peas are some of the first edible proof that spring is here. Try this fresh, healthy, cancer-protective recipe to welcome the season.
What's Your Take April 2009 Quiz
AICR Guidelines for Cancer Prevention
AICR Logo Today the American Institute for Cancer Research:
- Funds research on the relationship of nutrition, physical activity and weight management to cancer risk;
- Interprets the accumulated scientific literature in the field; and
- Educates people about choices they can make to reduce their chances of developing cancer.

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