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Obesity Linked to Cancer

Lose weight to reduce your cancer risk. A new study published in Lancet Oncology found that being overweight or obese led to 481,000 cancers in one year. This is 3.6% of all cancers around the world. The risk was higher for women than men and it was higher in the wealthiest countries. The take home message is to eat right and exercise to remain as healthy as possible. Don’t overindulge this holiday season. Keep going to the gym and keep the sweets to a minimum.

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