Aug 18, 2016
A recent study has revealed that exercising more than the recommended level can drastically lower a person’s risk of five serious diseases, including breast and bowel cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
According to the WHO, an individual must do at least "600 metabolic equivalent minutes (MET minutes)" of physical activity that is equivalent of "150 minutes each week of brisk walking or 75 minutes per week of running," reports The Independent.
- (Aug-17) - Can a Dirty Mouth Worsen Colorectal Cancer?
- (Aug-08) - Companies Develop First Ingestible X-Ray Capsule for Colorectal Cancer Screening
- (Aug-01) - Scientists identify rare form of hereditary colon cancer
- (May-30) - ’Rapid increase’ in colorectal cancers among young Canadians, study finds
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September 17th, 2016
“Andrew’s Walk to Support Cancer Patients” was officially launched in 2014. Each year, we select a different organization or endeavour to support. This year, we are pleased to be raising money for the support groups run by the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada (CCAC).