Exercise 'most proven method' to prevent return of breast cancer

Conclusion This was a helpful summary of recent research into how lifestyle changes impact on the risk of breast cancer returning, but it does have some limitations. Researching lifestyle factors separately is always difficult as they tend to clump together, making it difficult to pick apart individual factors. For example, people who are more physically active tend to have a healthier diet and are less likely to drink excessive amounts of alcohol or smoke. While the researchers say many studies attempt to make adjustments for these confounding factors, it is difficult to know which studies did this and how successful they were. It is also possible that women who did not exercise were unable to because of adverse effects from their breast cancer treatment. There is also the fact that lifestyle factors were only looked at after breast cancer diagnosis, when lifestyle before diagnosis might have long term effects. Still, the conclusion that regular exercise appears to be the best option seems reasonable and appropriate. Aside from cancer prevention, regular exercise can also help reduce the risk of other chronic diseases, such as heart disease. Read more about the benefits of exercise. Links To The Headlines Brisk 30-minute walk a day ‘STOPS killer breast cancer returning’. The Sun, February 21 2017 Boozing, weight gain and failing to exercise INCREASES the risk of breast cancer returning, experts say. Mail Online, February 21 2017 Links To Science Hamer J, ...
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