Big waistline increases the risk of developing colon cancer
In a study of 368,277 adults from nine European countries over a six-year period it was found that men with the largest waistline were 39% more likely to be diagnosed with colon cancer than those with the smallest. In women, those with the largest waistline had a 48% higher risk of developing colon cancer than those with the smallest waistlines. The study is published in the July 5th, 2006 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
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