The pace of research on how lifestyle affects cancer risk and outcomes is moving faster than ever. The AICR conference is the only scientific meeting dedicated exclusively to addressing the impact of the full range of modifiable lifestyle exposures on cancer risk and outcomes.
It’s time to break out of the winter blues and get healthy with some simple, delicious weekday staples. It’s been a few months since we had our mega-dose of turkey back in November – but I love eating turkey year-round. Although chicken tends to be the go-to protein for many, turkey is a great alternative to get you out of a food rut.
This turkey wrap is my favorite 5-min lunch (that tastes amazing). It has only a few ingredients – turkey, apple, spinach, honey mustard, whole wheat tortillas – but tastes better than any of your standard wrap lunches.
A new analysis, published in the Lancet Public Health, reporting the significant increase in obesity-related cancers among younger adults in the U.S. grabbed media headlines because the findings are worrisome in the context of the rising trend of obesity, particularly childhood obesity, in the United States. The researchers noted that the increased rates were particularly apparent in six of the 12 obesity-related cancer types in patients aged 25-49 years. Colorectal cancer is one of the obesity-related cancers and the increasing rates of colorectal cancer in younger adults has already been causing alarm and has prompted physicians and researchers to investigate the potential causes for this early-onset disease over the past decade.