Tell Everyone Awareness Matters

TEAM Cancer Awareness

Because everyone knows someone who's had cancer.

Juice Goose is working with other organizations and individuals in the audio video industry to build a community initiative with manufacturers, sales representatives, dealers and integrators, their employees, stake holders and market contacts to help change attitudes and habits and save lives.

The TEAM Awareness program is about education and encouragement. It's about information and influence.

A healthy lifestyle and proactive approach to healthcare can have a dramatic, positive affect on the chance of avoiding or surviving cancer.
The decisions you make regarding your lifestyle also have an impact on the ones you love and society in general, as the cost of healthcare is largely a function of epidemic levels of smoking, obesity and lack of medical attention.

While most people realize tobacco use is the leading cause of cancer in the US, with over 170,000 deaths in 2010, itís not so well known that obesity, poor nutrition and  physical inactivity are the second largest causes of cancer.
Knowing a fact and changing behavior are separate activities. Therefore, much work must be done to promote the fact that small changes in actions can have big results in the quality of oneís life.

There are many examples of the ways small changes in behavior can lead to big changes in health patterns.
Every year, more than 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and more than 50,000 people die from it. Yet if everyone who is 50 years old or older were screened regularly, as many as 60% of those deaths could be avoided.

In this TEAM Awareness initiative, Juice Goose welcomes all the support and assistance we can get from our professional colleagues, our customers and the ones we love.
Contact Juice Goose if you're able to join this effort.

info@juicegoose.com

 

Here are just a few of many important online resources.

 


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Livestrong

American Cancer Society

WebMD / Fitness-Exercise

 

National Cancer Institute

 

Informative Documents:

Screening Guidelines for Men

Screening Guidelines for Women