Men's Health

How Top Docs Avoid Cancer

1 MIST YOUR MUG

Your skin wins your body’s prize for “most likely to get cancer.” Every morning, dermatologist Joseph sobanko, m.D., of the University of Pennsylvania, uses generic broad-spectrum SPF 30 sunscreen with either zinc or titanium dioxide. He shuts his eyes and sprays an even coat on his face after he brushes his teeth and combs his hair. We like Kiss My Face Mineral Spray SPF 30 Cool Sport ($12, amazon.com).

2 WRAP IT UP

A diet rich in vegetables, fiber, and omega-3 fats can curb inflammation and help fight cancer. a genitourinary

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