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A new study associates physical activity, diet and other healthy lifestyles with a 27% reduction in risk of death for former smokers.
Key findings from four decades of research by the American Institute for Cancer Research
The long-acting injectable regimen suppressed HIV in more than 90% of study participants, including those with obesity.
New studies find that sitting less, and moving more, improves quality of life for colorectal cancer survivors.
Girls with obesity are more likely to experience high levels of reproductive hormones and slowed breast development.
Experts at American Institute for Cancer Research discuss breast cancer risk factors and recommendations on how to lower the risk.
A study of genetically modified worms linked their inability to get shuteye with an accumulation of fat.
Answer: Maintain a healthy weight, never smoke, drink alcohol only in moderation and stay physically active.
Lifestyle changes, such as smoking cessation and exercise, can lower women’s total risk of stroke by 25%.
Gender and weight loss
Two studies suggest that bariatric surgery may prevent obesity-related cancers, including breast cancer.
A doctor told the new mom she just needed to lose weight to feel better. Turns out, she had cancer.
Cannabis as medicine is back
Incidence is increasing for six of 12 obesity-related cancers, including colorectal, kidney and pancreatic.
A woman’s height and weight may determine whether she reaches age 90.
How well people with bipolar disorder react to treatment may be affected by their weight and the quality of their diet.
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