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Coffee, Cancer Risk, Microbes and Teens
September 25, 2013 | Issue 132

Also In This Issue:

Obesity throughout Life Increases Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Teens Eating Slightly Healthier

Gut Bacteria and Diet Affect Weight Gain

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In Brief:
More Americans Eating On-the-Go

About one in five Americans are now grabbing their food and drinks on the run, not caring if it’s a snack or a meal, find a new report published last week.

Cancer Prevention Venn

Coffee Grounds in a Scoop

Coffee, Cancer and Your Health

Last week’s new report on endometrial cancer was the first time AICR/WCRF found that coffee reduces the risk of a cancer. This latest finding follows a series of positive findings for coffee lovers.

Pancreas In Situ Full Body

From age 18 to over 50, the longer a person is obese the more risk increases for pancreatic cancer, especially among those who have diabetes, suggests a recent study.

American teens are eating slightly more fruits and vegetables and fewer sweets, while upping the amount of activity they do, a finding that bodes well for future cancer risk.

Gut bacteria from lean people can reduce weight gain in obese mice, but only if the animals are eating a healthy diet, finds a new study.

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