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Excess body weight accounted for approximately 4 percent of cancers worldwide

Global and regional patterns in excess body weight, as well as factors driving the epidemic, a summary of the evidence linking excess body weight to cancer risk, and policy actions that could help address the issue presented by investigators at the American Cancer Society, Imperial College London, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

U.S Department of Health Released Physical Activity Guidelines

Physical Activity Guidelines released by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services help in providing evidence-based recommendations for children and adults. The guidelines highlight the specific amounts of exercise needed for each age and condition and types of exercises.

Adequate sleep in childhood may lead to healthy BMI later

Recent study in the University of Pennsylvania in the US has revealed that those who had no bedtime routine at age nine can have higher body mass index (BMI) at age 15. “Sleep also affects physical and mental health, and the ability to learn,” said Orfeu Buxton, Professor from the University , therefore developing a proper routine in childhood is vital for the future health of the child,” Buxton added.

Risk of Ovarian and Endometrial Cancer reduced in Women by Ketogenic Diet

Ovarian or endometrial disease are found to be reduced in women who pursued the ketogenic diet for 12 weeks lost more body fat and had bring lower insulin levels in comparison of those individuals who pursued the low-fat eating routine suggested by the American Cancer Society.

Outbreak of Ecoli found in Romain Lettuce in California

Outbreak of E.coli caused sickness in nine more people found in Romain Lettuce in some parts of California.

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