You're mixing up freedoms and privileges. Nobody has a "right" to a job, a job is a privilege provided by another voluntarily.
Oh, its more complicated then that.
In capitalism you have (in democracys) the right to not be forced to work, but if you use that right, you dont get any money and could die because of that.
In socialism you have the right to work (and get paid), but you can be forced to work, too, and (in dictatorships) could die because of that.
Which on right is worse? ;)
I know 2 people that have died of lung cancer having never smoked anything in their life and having no other risk factors. That was not their choice.
anecdotal does not prove ;)
They chose to live where people are smoking, where they are driving cars and where industry pollutes the air.
You can't draw a border line at this topic. Bungee Jumping? Definitely unhealthy. skiing? Definitely, so many broken hips! Driving a long way by car to work every day? One of the most dangerous things you can do.
Please, provide me with a diet that will, with measurable certainty, prevent me from getting cancer.
Bio-Vegetarian and not eating more then necessary is a good start.
For more detailed things you could look at Okinawa, called island of the 100 year olds.
My favorite opening line of all films:
[grave] here lies Mrs. Tanaka, she was still quite young, just 95 years.
The diet is an often underestimated factor of your wellbeeing, including how you feel. Probably the most recognizable and testable part is sugar, and we have a long thread here.
But you cant say that eating A (or not) will cause cancer or heal it. That doesnt happen. To develop cancer several protections in your body have to fail.
But your eating habit will make a failure more or less propable.
oh, thanks intirb, nicely put.
@pancakes. Ha, I have been driving since... lets just say more then a decade :D
I did do a crash (caused by suddenly blinding by the sun), but I was never ticketed for speeding.