Physically Active People Have Lower Colon Cancer Risk


Chandigarh, August 16, 2019 :

People who exercise regularly may be less likely to develop precursors to colorectal cancers, suggests a research review published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Compared to people who get the smallest amount of physical activity, individuals who get the most exercise are 23% less likely to develop precancerous neoplasias that can sometimes progress into full-blown colorectal cancer. Regular exercisers are also 27% less likely than sedentary people to develop the most aggressive types of precancerous neoplasias with the most potential to progress to full-blown cancer.

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