Solution to cut cancer of the womb risk by half

Scraping off some of the potential risks brought by cancer of the womb is definitely a grand achievement, specially these days that slightly aged women were seen to succumb to such cancer ailment, based on research data over the last 30 years or so (Cancer Research UK).
The study says, cancer of the womb affected women aged "60-79 has gone up by 30% during the last ten years". Sources: and

With this base data, wet thank our medical blog post contributor Edo Ishihara for taking time to send us this information, hence a cue for Barako Newsline to publish related entry.

So, let's be straight: Scientists believe, cancer of the womb can be directly summarized into "relationship of body fat and cancer".

According to the findings of Doctor Elisa Bandera, Associate Professor of Epidemiology at Rutgers Cancer Institute in the United States:
Endometrial cancer is one of the most common cancers among women, but a significant proportion of cases could be prevented every year by maintaining a healthy weight and being physically active.
It stresses, keeping oneself busy with exercise for about half an hour a day can reduce cancer of the womb risk by half. (World Cancer Research Fund's Continuous Update Project)

Taking the UK as a reference, the research body says:
Only 56 per cent of UK women are active for at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week, and only 39 per cent are a healthy weight.
This is interesting. Research fellows from Imperial College London found out that about 44% of UK cases could be addressed by physical exercises.

Maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle makes the hormone levels healthy and it strengthens the immune system as well.

Perhaps, amid many health campaigns out there, it is really high time to do some exercise. We mean, seriously!

And guess what the study suggests to cut the risk of cancer of the womb - drinking coffee.

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