1.06 Recreation helps prevent and treat site-specific cancers – especially in the colon, breast, and lungs. (active living, fitness, sport)
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[Sep 12 2016]
Physical Activity Moderates the Association Between Alcohol and Mortality
Meeting the current physical activity public health recommendations offsets some of the all-cause and nearly all cancer mortality risk associated with alcohol drinking.
[Aug 22 2016]
Physical Activity and Risk of Five Chronic Diseases
Higher levels of total physical activity were significantly associated with lower risk of breast cancer, colon cancer, diabetes, ischemic heart disease, and ischemic stroke events.
[May 17 2016]
Leisure-Time Physical Activity Lowers the Risk of 13 Types of Cancer
Leisure-time physical activity was associated with lower risks of many cancer types, regardless of body size or smoking history.
[Feb 18 2016]
Running Helps Slow Cancer Growth
Researchers found that the surge of adrenaline that comes with a high-intensity workout helped to move cancer-killing immune cells toward lung, liver, or skin tumors implanted into the mice.
[Jan 05 2016]
Regular Physical Activity: Forgotten Benefits
Men and women who engage in regular physical activity experience statistically significant and clinically important reductions in the risk of dying from coronary heart disease, of developing...
[Aug 01 2015]
Adolescent Exercise in Association with Mortality from All Causes
Women who exercised or played sports as teens have a lower risk of premature death from cancer or any other cause later in life.
[Jul 28 2015]
Inactivity Time Bomb
Inactivity is costing Europe's economy over 80 billion euros per year, costs that could be avoided with 20 minutes per day of inexpensive activities like walking or running.
[May 19 2015]
Walking makes people happy, keeps everyone healthy and can even save your life.
[May 07 2015]
Nature-based Experiences and Health of Cancer Survivors
This review contributes to a better understanding of the therapeutic effects of nature-based experiences on cancer survivor health.
[Mar 27 2015]
Midlife Fitness, Incident Cancer, and Survival After Cancer in Men
The study found that higher levels of midlife cardiorespiratory fitness provide a mortality benefit into older age even in the setting of a cancer diagnosis.
[Jan 22 2015]
Sedentary Time and Risk for Disease Incidence, Mortality, and Hospitalization in Adults
Prolonged sedentary time was independently associated with deleterious health outcomes regardless of physical activity.
[Jan 05 2015]
Physical Activity and All-cause, Cardiovascular, and Cancer Mortality among Older Adults
Physical activity has an inverse association with all-cause, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality among older adults.