OBESITY LINKED TO HIGHER COLORECTAL CANCER RATES IN YOUNGER WOMEN

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Obesity linked to higher colorectal cancer rates in

Oct 11, 2018 · Obesity linked to higher colorectal cancer rates in younger women. Obesity linked to higher colorectal cancer rates in younger women. News. via Latest News – UPI.com. Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in …
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Bug behind stomach cancer also linked to colon cancer

Oct 13, 2018 · RELATED Obesity linked to higher colorectal cancer rates in younger women "Our study provides strong evidence that we need to pursue this …
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Obesity Linked to Increased Risk for Colon Cancer in

Oct 12, 2018 · Obesity Linked to Increased Risk for Colon Cancer in Younger Women. By Amy Orciari Herman. 114 women were diagnosed with colorectal cancer before age 50. After multivariable adjustment, women with a BMI of 30 or higher had nearly twice the risk for early-onset colorectal cancer as those with a BMI of 18.5–22.9. women with a
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Obesity and Cancer Fact Sheet – National Cancer Institute

A higher BMI is associated with increased risks of colon and rectal cancers in both men and in women, but the increases are higher in men than in women . Gallbladder cancer: Compared with normal-weight people, people who are overweight have a slight (about 20%) increase in risk of gallbladder cancer, and people who are obese have a 60% increase in risk of gallbladder cancer ( 19 , 20 ).
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Obesity Doubles Odds for Colon Cancer in Younger Women

Oct 13, 2018 · Rates of colon cancer have declined among people 50 and older, they’re on the rise for younger Americans. Now, new research suggests widening waistlines may be one reason why. In the study, women aged 20 to 49 who were overweight or obese had up to twice the risk for colon cancer before age 50, compared with normal-weight women.
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Obesity linked to increased risk of early-onset colorectal

Women who are overweight or obese have up to twice the risk of developing colorectal cancer before age 50 as women who have what is considered a normal body mass index (BMI), according to new research led by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
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Obesity is linked to an increased risk of colorectal

3 days ago · Obesity is linked to an increased risk of colorectal cancer in younger women: A new research found that obesity is linked to an increased risk for colorectal cancer in younger women. Washington state’s Supreme Court has ruled that the death penalty violates its Constitution : Washington has become the 20th US state to ban the death penalty.
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Obesity Doubles Younger Women’s Colon Cancer Odds

4 days ago · THURSDAY, Oct. 11, 2018 (HealthDay News) — While rates of colon cancer have declined among people 50 and older, they’re on the rise for younger Americans. Now, new research suggests widening waistlines may be one reason why.
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Higher vitamin D levels linked to lower colorectal cancer

The lifetime risk of colorectal cancer is 1 in 24 in women and 1 in 22 in men. Overall, the rate of colorectal cancer is declining, but it is increasing among younger people, a trend that recently prompted the American Cancer Society to recommend that screening for the disease start at age 45, not 50.
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Obesity linked to increased risk of early-onset colorectal

The researchers said more studies are needed to uncover the best ways to identify young people at high risk of colorectal cancer at younger ages. And since this study was limited to women who were predominantly white, more research is needed to see if these associations hold for men and for diverse racial and ethnic populations.
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