Advocating Health   



Advocating Health

 
In a large study of women's health, postmenopausal women who followed a healthy lifestyle were at a third lower risk of death, including a 20 per cent smaller chance of dying from cancer, than women who did not follow guidance on diet, weight, physical activity, and alcohol intake.

Dr. Thomson, professor of public health at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona in Tucson, says, "The message is simple and clear: If you want to reduce your risk for cancer, even later in life, eat a healthy diet, be active daily, avoid or limit alcohol, and don't
smoke." The study also found that the association was stronger for Asian, African-American, and Hispanic women, compared with non-Hispanic white women, which means we should really start taking this advice seriously.
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