Lower colon cancer risk is linked to exercise, diet

07/8/2009 | Reuters

A study says the key to reducing the risk of colon cancer is to exercise more, cut down on red meat and alcohol, and not smoke. Researchers found that smoking, eating a lot of red and processed meats, being obese and having diabetes each were connected to a 20% increase in the risk of getting colorectal cancer.

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