September 30, 2015 | Issue 181
In This Issue:
Both US adult and childhood obesity rates have remained relatively steady in recent years, according to new reports, with rates remaining high. That puts millions of adults at increased risk for the most common cancers.
Both for the general public and cancer survivors, being physically active for two to three hours a week reduces the risk of dying from cancer when compared to those who are inactive, finds a large new analysis of the research.
(AICR Blog) A recent analysis from a randomized trial suggests that a Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil and nuts may help lower risk of breast cancer risk.