Exercise reduces colon cancer risk for older adults

11/26/2008 | FoodConsumer.org

A study of almost half a million people ages 50 to 71 found that men who exercised five or more times a week reduced their risk of colon cancer by up to 21% compared with those who rarely or never exercised. Women who exercised had a 15% risk reduction, the National Cancer Institute researchers found.

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