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FRIDAY, Oct. 4 (HealthDay News) Older women who walk every day may reduce their risk of developing breast cancer. And those who exercise vigorously may get even more protection, according to.

The study of more than 73,000 postmenopausal women found that walking at a moderate pace for an hour a day was associated with a 14 percent reduced breast cancer risk, compared to leading a sedentary lifestyle. An hour or more of daily strenuous physical activity was associated with a 25 percent reduced risk, the study found. The study of more than 73,000 postmenopausal women found that walking at a moderate pace for an hour a day was associated with a 14 percent reduced breast cancer risk, compared to leading a sedentary lifestyle.

An hour or more of daily strenuous physical activity was associated with a 25 percent reduced risk, the study found. The study of more than 73,000 postmenopausal women found that walking at a moderate pace for an hour a day was associated with a 14 percent reduced breast cancer risk, compared to leading a sedentary lifestyle. An hour or more of daily strenuous physical activity was associated with a 25 percent reduced risk, the study found. Just over 30 minutes of walking a day can cut the chances of breast cancer in women over 50.

How a daily walk can cut breast cancer risk: Older woman told it’s never too late to start exercise Women over 50 who exercise slash 10 per cent off their breast cancer risk Study found just over 30 minutes of walking a day can reduce the chances Team from France analysed questionnaires from. Just 25 minutes a day of brisk walking is enough to drive health improvements (Rex) Brisk walking may cut the risk of dying from cancer, even in. But a new study suggests that walking for an hour a day could cut your risk by 14 percent.

The study, published today in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, followed more than 73,615 postmenopausal women, 4,760. People with two of the most common forms of cancer can cut their risk of dying from the disease by as much as 40% simply by walking for a mile a day, Macmillan Cancer Support has claimed. Those.

The researchers suggest that lactose-fermenting bacteria in the breast is protective because each year of breast-feeding reduces the risk of breast cancer by 4.3 per cent.

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Multiple studies show that just a few hours of walking a week lowers the risk of breast cancer.

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Women with a diagnosis of breast cancer can increase their chances of survival by engaging in physical activities such as walking briskly for 3 to 5 hours a week.

“Health & Wellness”
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That is, breast cancer survivors who walk only 3 hours per week were more likely to live longer without a breast cancer recurrence than survivors who are not walking.

“Advances in Motivation in Sport and Exercise” by Glyn C. Roberts, Darren Treasure
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by Glyn C. Roberts, Darren Treasure
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2012

Women who engage in 3 to 4 hours of moderate to vigorous exercise each week have a 30% to 40% lower risk for breast cancer compared to sedentary women (McTiernan, 2003).

“Women's Health Care in Advanced Practice Nursing” by Catherine Ingram Fogel, PhD, RNC, FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN
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by Catherine Ingram Fogel, PhD, RNC, FAAN, Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN
Springer Publishing Company, 2008

Thirty minutes of daily walking has been shown to decrease the risk of breast cancer by 30 percent and increase the rate of survival by 70 percent.

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Moderate recreational physical activity, defined as about 3–4 hours of walking per week, may reduce breast cancer incidence [54].

“Breast Cancer Management for Surgeons: A European Multidisciplinary Textbook” by Lynda Wyld, Christos Markopoulos, Marjut Leidenius, Elżbieta Senkus-Konefka
from Breast Cancer Management for Surgeons: A European Multidisciplinary Textbook
by Lynda Wyld, Christos Markopoulos, et. al.
Springer International Publishing, 2017

Regular exercise has been shown to decrease the risk for breast cancer.

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The Journal of the National Cancer Institute says exercising on a regular basis cuts breast cancer risk by 40%.

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by Linda Page
Healthy Healing Publications, 2004

The amount of physical activity needed to reduce the risk of breast cancer has been estimated to be the equivalent of brisk walking 45 to 60 minutes or more per day, five or six days per week (McTiernan 2008).

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by Harold Kohl III, Tinker Murray, Deborah Salvo
Human Kinetics, 2019

(There are studies that show that walking reduces the incidence of certain types of cancer.)

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  • I’m sorry, I don’t believe this. “New research…” whatever. They also say that women who never had children are at higher risk as well.. so which is it? ��

  • I had my last child 43 yrs ago & in May 2018 my doctor found 2 lumps in my right breast..After surgery the pathology test revealed that that kind of lump usually develops into cancer if not removed…Bear in mind there is no history of breast cancer in my family..Now I have to get Mamograms & Sonograms on both breast the rest of my life..by the way I did not breast feed..