Cancer-Protective Lifestyle is for Everyone

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What do Men’s Health Month and National Employee Wellness Month have in common? They both fall in June. Each celebrates good overall health – physical, emotional, and mental.

There is important common ground between messaging for men’s health and employee wellness, and that is where AICR comes in to emphasize further the focus on a cancer-protective lifestyle.

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    New Recommendations and Tools for Cancer Prevention: Launching Diet and Cancer Report

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    Today, I am excited to share the release of our latest cancer prevention report, along with ten new recommendations that provide a blueprint to beat cancer.

    Diet, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Cancer: A Global Perspective, is such an important report. It is a comprehensive analysis of the global research by independent experts from around the world and covers 17 cancer sites, including colorectal, breast, ovarian and prostate. Findings are based on the data of 51 million people, including 3.5 million cancer cases.

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      Time to talk about alcohol

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      I am in that phase of life where my age puts me at higher risk for breast cancer, and as the mother of two teenage daughters I am acutely aware of the lifestyle factors that affect their risk for breast and other cancers.

      Alcohol is one factor that is giving me increasing cause for concern. From our own AICR research I know that there is strong evidence that alcohol is linked to six different cancers and this is supported by research from other authoritative bodies, such as American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and American Cancer Society (ACS).

      This in itself is worrying, but what is truly alarming is the perilous rising trend in alcohol consumption and the dangers of binge drinking. This, coupled with a lack of awareness about the alcohol cancer link – over 60% of Americans in our survey were unaware – and the belief that moderate drinking may protect against heart disease – is like a ticking time bomb. Read more… “Time to talk about alcohol”

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