Study: 6 healthy habits reduce prostate cancer death risk

10/1/2013 | Japan Times, The

Men who adopted several healthy habits from a group that includes eating more tomatoes and less red meat, exercising, not smoking and having a BMI of less than 30 lowered their risk of dying from prostate cancer by up to 47%, according to studies presented at the European Cancer Congress in Amsterdam. "Our data suggest that adopting these practices may prevent a large proportion of lethal prostate cancer," said researcher Stacey Kenfield.

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