Weight problems Associated with 13 Kinds of Cancer

 

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Overweight and Obesity are Associated with Cancer

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Obesity Linked To 13 Cancer Types

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Still, the study findings suggest that being obese or overweight was associated with cancer cases involving more than 630,000 Americans in. “As of right now, excess bodyweight or obesity are linked to 13 different types of cancer,” Sullivan said, “and probably more cancer types will emerge as. Globally, more than 544,000 cancer diagnoses—3.9% —are due to excess weight, according to a new American Cancer Society report.

In fact, being overweight or obese is linked to a higher risk of 13. Still, the study findings suggest that being obese or overweight was associated with cancer cases involving more than 630,000 Americans in 2014, and this includes 13 types of cancer. People who are overweight or obese are at higher risk for at least 13 different types of cancer, which together make up about 40 percent of all cancer diagnoses in the United States, according to the latest Vital Signs report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Only smoking is a bigger cancer risk factor. Obesity linked to 13 types of cancer. By. Steven Reinberg, HealthDay News.

TUESDAY, Oct. 3, 2017 There’s a link between obesity and 40 percent of. Obesity Linked to 13 Types of Cancer Health experts have now linked obesity to an additional eight types of cancer for a total of 13 different forms. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

The 13 cancers found to be connected with obesity include those affecting the brain membranes, esophagus, thyroid, gallbladder, stomach, liver, pancreas, kidneys, colon, and rectum. Overweight and obesity are associated with at least 13 different types of cancer. These cancers make up 40% of all cancers diagnosed. About 2 in 3 occur in adults 50-74 years old.

Most types of these cancers associated with overweight and obesity increased from 2005-2014. Obesity is a condition in which a person has an unhealthy amount and/or distribution of body fat. To measure obesity, researchers commonly use a scale known as the body mass index (BMI).

BMI is calculated by dividing a person’s weight (in kilograms) by their height (in meters) squared (commonly expressed as kg/m 2).BMI provides a more accurate measure of obesity than weight alone, and for.

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Incidence rates of several obesity-related cancer types have increased in the United States, in part, due to the increase in obesity prevalence [1].

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Yet, obesity is related to increased incidence of several cancer types.

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Obesity has also recently been associated with 11 different types of cancer.[522]

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According to the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), of the 12 most common forms of cancer, about one-third can be prevented with an improved diet, exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight.

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Overweight and obesity have been linked to many cancers, ovarian cancer included, and obesity has been linked to an increase in mortality in ovarian cancer as well as other cancers.

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More recently, there has been interest in obesity as a risk factor for cancer.

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Obesity is also being linked to increased gastric cancer incidence.194 Smoking has also been associated with increased risk of gastric cancer.

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Other factors, including lifestyle choices such as a diet high in fat, obesity, and a sedentary lifestyle, are associated with an increased likelihood of developing cancer.

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Certain cancers also may be related to obesity.

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Obesity-related conditions include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer, all of which are among the leading causes of preventable mortality [32].

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  • Thank you for this! I will share this informative video with my family���� I’ve been trying to get my parent to take their health more seriously but it’s hard and I worry about them ��

  • WOW, then how many people die due to these types of cancer linked to obesity here in the US where clearly obesity is a real issue???
    Great video