By Bill Couzens
The way we live today can be impactful in a positive way to our own health, but more critically, to the health of the next generation.
This may be the only time in history when previous generations will be healthier than their children, because our children’s generation are inheriting a world with more incidences of cancer — not less. According to the World Health Organization, the next generation faces an increase of 57 percent in the incidences of cancer over the next 20 years.
Cancer prevention is complicated. It is too far-reaching to be siloed into specialty areas or interests. ..more