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5 Reasons Cancer Insurance is a must For Both Smokers and Non-smokers

Cancer Insurance must for smokers and non smokers

It's well-known that certain lifestyle habits can increase the risk of cancer. Unknowingly we do come in contact with pool of carcinogenic substances in what we eat, drink, breathe, even within the closed doors of our home. Here’s a list of few of them:


  • Air Fresheners

    The sweet fragrance of air fresheners ensures that you come home to a sweet and fresh smell. However, air fresheners are known to include an array of hazardous substances, wh…

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5 Reasons to Kick the Smoke and Throw the pouch this Year

Would you like to live longer and healthier? Shield your family from passive smoking health risks? Do you want to quit tobacco? Save money? If yes, strong determination and motivation is what you need. Your motivation this year could be the ‘World No Tobacco Day’, which is just around the corner. This year, the 'World No Tobacco Day' stresses on the effects of tobacco on the cardiovascular health of individuals everywhere throughout the world…

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I Am An Occasional Smoker. Do I Need To Declare Myself As A Tobacco User?

The answer to this question is, yes. Whether you’re a regular smoker or smoke occasionally, you must always declare yourself as a tobacco user as this falls under the smoker category of any cancer policy. Lying about your smoking habits can lead to severe consequences in the long run like denial of claims.

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