HALF of America's cancer deaths are driven by lifestyle factors like eating processed meat, smoking, and excess body weight - but some are worse for men than women



At least half of US cancer cases and deaths are caused by avoidable factors like smoking, eating processed meat and physical inactivity, a new American Cancer Society report reveals.
These graphs lay bare which lifestyle factors are the riskiest, and how much they affect your cancer risk, according to the study - with cigarette smoking easily the most dangerous activity.
They also reveal how some lifestyle habits are more risky for men than women, and vice versa.
Notably, cigarettes and processed or red meat and alcohol carry a much higher cancer risk for men than women, while women should... read more

 
21 November 2017 in Health, Views: 51
Source: Daily Mail
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