Obesity increases a person’s risk for a certain type of colorectal cancer, while exercise lowers the risk, according to a new study. Researchers analyzed data of men and women from Health Professionals Study and U.S. Nurses’ Health Study. The aim of the study was to find out if there was a link between the weight or BMI (body mass index), exercise or physical activity and the risk for CTNNB1 (a molecule implicated in cancer and obesity)-positive or CTNNB1-negative colorectal cancer. According to findings published in the journal Cancer Research, BMI and physical activity have no impact on the risk for […]Continue reading Exercise Lowers Risk for Colon Cancer
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