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Why Does Weight Gain Increase Cancer Risk? - HealthCentral.com;

Why Does Weight Gain Increase Cancer Risk? - HealthCentral.com

HealthCentral.comWhy Does Weight Gain Increase Cancer Risk?HealthCentral.comResearch shows that people who are overweight or obese are at increased risk for a number of health problems—including certain types of cancer. According to a new study, gradually gaining weight throughout adulthood—to the point of obesity—may ...and more »

Obesity later in life linked to higher risk of some cancers - CTV News;

Obesity later in life linked to higher risk of some cancers - CTV News

CTV NewsObesity later in life linked to higher risk of some cancersCTV NewsThose who are overweight in their twenties and go on to become obese later in life are more likely to develop cancer of either the esophagus or upper stomach, suggests new research. New research has shown that those who are overweight in their twenties ...and more »

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

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

Medical News TodayWeight gain throughout life may raise risk of esophageal, stomach cancersMedical News TodayNew 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 ...and more »

Excess Weight at Age 20 Triples the Risk of Stomach Cancer - NDTV;

Excess Weight at Age 20 Triples the Risk of Stomach Cancer - NDTV

NDTVExcess Weight at Age 20 Triples the Risk of Stomach CancerNDTVPhysical fitness and health awareness are growing rapidly everywhere in the world. People are relatively more conscious about their body and health. According to World Health Organization, still most of the world's population lives in countries where ...and more »

Lifetime Weight Gain Linked With Risk for Esophageal, Gastric Cancer - Cancer Network

Lifetime Weight Gain Linked With Risk for Esophageal, Gastric CancerCancer NetworkPeople who were overweight during early adulthood and gained additional weight to become obese later in life are at an increased risk for esophageal and gastric cardia adenocarcinomas, according to a pooled analysis of two studies published in the ...and more »

Cancer Risk Latest News: Esophagus And Stomach Cancer More Likely If You're Overweight By 20 - Medical Daily;

Cancer Risk Latest News: Esophagus And Stomach Cancer More Likely If You're Overweight By 20 - Medical Daily

Medical DailyCancer Risk Latest News: Esophagus And Stomach Cancer More Likely If You're Overweight By 20Medical DailyGaining that freshman 15 can lead to cancer later in life, according to a new study published in the British Journal of Cancer. Led by researchers from the National Cancer Institute in the United States, the team found that people who were overweight ...and more »

Hit the gym now! Extra weight raises stomach cancer risk - Khaleej Times;

Hit the gym now! Extra weight raises stomach cancer risk - Khaleej Times

Khaleej TimesHit the gym now! Extra weight raises stomach cancer riskKhaleej TimesCarrying excess weight can trigger long-term reflux problems and heartburn that can lead to cancer. An overweight youth in his early 20s is three times more at risk of developing cancer of either the oesophagus (food pipe) or upper stomach in adulthood ...and more »

Salubrious Scoop: Cancer, how you can lower your risk - Tbnewswatch.com

Salubrious Scoop: Cancer, how you can lower your riskTbnewswatch.comWe as Canadians are seeing more and more cancer every single year, it's absolutely scary. We've all been touched by it with someone we know or by first hand experience. I recently connected with an old friend who lives with leukemia, and I've survived ...and more »

Those overweight at age 20, 60-80% more susceptible to develop stomach cancer in later life! - Zee News;

Those overweight at age 20, 60-80% more susceptible to develop stomach cancer in later life! - Zee News

Zee NewsThose overweight at age 20, 60-80% more susceptible to develop stomach cancer in later life!Zee NewsNew Delhi: Excess of anything is detrimental to health and excessive weight probably features on the top of that list. Maintaining a healthy weight that is complimentary to your age, height and body structure is ideal, especially because so many things ...and more »

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

Lifetime weight gain linked to esophageal and stomach cancersScience DailyDate: 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 ...and more »

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

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

Richmond and Twickenham TimesWeight gain over a lifetime can dramatically increase cancer risk, study showsRichmond and Twickenham TimesDon'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 ...and more »