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Sitting Linked to Increased Risk for Cancer in Women

According to a study conducted by the American Cancer Society, sitting too much can raise cancer risk in females. The study shows that women who spend 6 hours or more of their time sitting have increased cancer risk by 10% in comparison to the women who spend 3 hours of their time per day sitting.T ...

Light to Moderate Alcohol Intake Increases Cancer Risk

Dr. Edward L. Giovannucci, MD, ScD, Professor of Nutrition, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, and colleagues reported that light to moderate alcohol intake increases cancer risk. The research team urged for updated health precautions on alcohol intake. The research team explained ...

Coffee Might Lower the Recurrence Risk of Colon Cancer

Dr. Charles Fuchs, MD, MPH, from the University of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston and colleagues reported that coffee might lower the recurrence risk of colon cancer. Despite their findings, the research team warned that these findings are not evidence of causation and are only associations ...

Spicing Your Food Could Help Lower your Cancer Mortality Risk

Regularly using spices in food may have a profound effect in the reduction of an adult’s mortality risk in heart disease, diabetes and cancer, a new research study has revealed. Its findings were published in the medical journal, The BMJ.According to Lu Qi, MD, PhD, who is an associate profes ...

Prostate Cancer Risk Lower in Circumcised Males

Dr. Noel Pabalan from Angeles University Foundation in Angeles City, the Philippines, and colleagues reported that prostate cancer risk is lower in circumcised males. The research team explained that other studies done previously could not confirm the associations between prostate cancer and circum ...