MULESHOE, Texas — A United Supermarkets here is flagging nutrient-dense foods and teaching residents how to cook with them as part of a bid to prevent cancer in a rural community. The outreach, themed “Cut Your Risk, Boost Your Health,” is part of a project addressing the most preventable sources of cancer: obesity, tobacco and sunburn, in Muleshoe, Texas. Led by Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center with funding from the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of ...

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