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BeHealthy July-August Web Edition

BeHealthy July-August Web Edition

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Regular exercise, even recreational walking, mayreduce breast cancer risk, but simultaneous weightgain will erase that benet. According to researchersin the recent journal Cancer, breast cancer risk wasreduced by around 30 percent in women who exer-cised 10-19 hours a week. However, when looking atthe group o women who exercised but also gainedweight over a short period o time, the exercisebenet was negated.The researchers examined the eect o recre-ational physical activity, done at dierent points inlie, including ater menopause, on women’s risk o developing breast cancer. While others have alreadyshown that exercise can reduce breast cancer risk,this study shows that weight gain can be harmul towomen at all ages, and especially or those with anexisting elevation in breast cancer risk.Bariatric surgery has been shown to reduce therisk o heart attack in the short term. Now, a newstudy presented at the recent annual meeting o theAmerican Society or Metabolic & Bariatric Surgerysuggests that the bariatric surgery benet is main-tained long-term.The study ollowed some patients as long as sevenyears. All patients had gastric bypass, in which astomach pouch is created out o a small portion o thestomach and attached to the small intestine. A largepart o the stomach and some o the small intestineare bypassed.Improvements in heart risk actors included adecrease in total cholesterol, increase in the goodcholesterol and a decrease in the bad cholesterol, andblood ats dramatically improved. A special markeror inammation, known as C-reaction protein, whichboosts risk or heart attacks, declined by 80 percent.More research is needed in the long-term, but thisrecent study shines light on the act that bariatricsurgery may play a convincing role in reducing risk o heart attack or a lietime.
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