Weight gain throughout life may raise risk of esophageal, stomach cancers - Medical News Today

New research further supports the link between excess weight and cancer, after finding that gradually gaining weight from the age of 20 to the point of obesity may triple the risk of developing esophageal and stomach cancers in later life. [A woman ...

Lifetime weight gain linked to esophageal and stomach cancers - Science Daily

Date: February 15, 2017; Source: Cancer Research UK; Summary: People who are overweight in their twenties and become obese later in life may be three times more likely to develop cancer of either the esophagus (food pipe) or upper stomach, according ...

Weight gain over a lifetime can dramatically increase cancer risk, study shows - Richmond and Twickenham Times

Don't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. Health experts have urged younger people to try to maintain a healthy weight throughout their lives as stark new figures show that gaining weight over a lifetime can ...