Lifestyle gets blame for 70% to 90% of all cancers

Even if the researchers are off by half, it still means that 20% to 35% of all cancers could be avoided through lifestyle management. It's also important to remember that cancer is primarily a disease of aging. Over 60% of…

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Exercise Is Linked To Reduced Risk Of 13 Types Of Cancer, Study Finds – Forbes

Good data from a very large study that had extensive follow-up. Clearly activity is good for us–and not just for weight loss, heart health or diabetes risk. It actually helps reduce the risk of a number of different cancers, and…

18 Perfect St. Louis Reactions to the WHO Study Linking Processed Meats, Cancer – St. Louis Magazine

Hilarious reaction to the completely idiotic WHO study purporting to show that eating meat raises cancer risk. You're more likely to get hit by lightning than you are to die from cancer caused by eating meat. And a person’s risk…

Working up a sweat may protect men from lethal prostate cancer — ScienceDaily

If we had as much evidence about the effectiveness of modern medicine as we do about the value of exercise, we might be able to regard the medical care industry with respect. Unfortunately, that is not the case. A study…