New study finds physical activity can reduce cancer risk
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New study finds physical activity can reduce cancer risk

The study showed that a one-point increase in the WCRF / AICR score was associated with a 12% reduction in overall cancer risk; 14% less breast cancer and 12% less prostate cancer.   Healthy eating and non-alcoholic physical activity can help reduce the overall risk of cancer and reduce the risk of breast, prostate and colon cancer. Researchers from the American Association for Cancer Research have analyzed nutritional values that have shown the greatest benefit of a diet that reduces alcohol and reduces cancer risk.   The researchers estimated that…

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World No Tobacco Day 2018
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World No Tobacco Day 2018: Health Hazards of Passive Smoking

Prolonged contact with second-hand smoke can cause various illnesses, disabilities, and even death. A scientific consensus shows that passive smoking is carcinogenic than smoking. Let’s take a look at the dangers of secondhand smoke on this World No Tobacco Day.   Passive smoking is the phenomenon when other people inhale the smoke in addition to active smokers. This happens when people in the vicinity inhale the smoke produced by the tobacco. The health risks associated with passive smoking are enormous. Prolonged contact with second-hand smoke can cause various illnesses, disabilities,…

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Pancreatic cancer
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New Blood Test Can Rapidly Detect Signs of Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest cancers. Pancreatic cancer begins in the tissues of the pancreas, a large gland that is part of the digestive system. Pancreatic cancer is difficult to cure because it is generally discovered only in the advanced stage of a pancreatic disease. A new diagnostic test developed by researchers at the University of California at San Diego looks promising for the early detection of disease, a study recently published in the journal ACS Nano said. According to the study, the test, which is evidence of…

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How parenting concerns affect mothers with cancer

Researchers conducted an online survey of 224 women with stage IV cancer who spread to other parts of the body or spread at least one child under the age of 18. Parents’ concerns have put mothers with advanced cancer at greater risk for mental stress while reducing their quality of life and daily physical performance, according to a study. The study, published in the journal Krebs, also indicated that mothers with metastatic cancer (which spread to other parts of the body) on average had higher levels of depression and depression.…

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New protein linked to spread of breast cancer identified – Study

The researchers discovered that one protein that was once inactivated could prevent the spread of aggressive breast cancer to other parts of the body, a process known as metastasis. In their study, published in the journal Cell Reports, researchers have shown that one protein, AXL, affects the onset of metastases in HER2-positive cancer, an aggressive type responsible for 20% of breast cancers. In HER2-positive breast cancers, cells with high levels of AXL are more likely to secrete tumors to form metastases. The research was conducted in mice and with tumor…

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