I know that you have breast cancer, anemia and hypertension in your family history. Physiologically, you can take precautionary measures to lessen the risks that are more susceptible in your genetics... Cardio, eating better, avoiding bad habits, yada yada (you know the spill).. But what if I approached my physical anatomical structure in the same way?
Structurally, I and most of my siblings have a minor twist in the spine (inevitably, causing me to favor one side of my body), one of my siblings was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 13...
Do what you must, but just remember it'll catch up with you at some point. Hindering your quality of life.
In my line of work, I am always inspired by those who did not let what society has deemed hopeless, deformity, disease, different from the "norm" to stop them from being at their optimum best. I have had the honor to work with folks who have over come their scoliosis and live with accountability. I've walked along and worked with folks that were cast off as never being able to walk or dance and because of their relentless willpower walk and dance today!!
What am I trying to say? Meaning, we have the ability to understand/learn our weaknesses (may it be physically, mentally, physiologically, emotionally ect) and strengthen them. What!? Right!?
Just a thought.