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Obesity a risk for pancreatic cancer

...alking, cycling, swimming, work outs in the gym or hiking - decreased the risk in obese people. Medications that normalises insulin, and keeping diabetes under control, could reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer. Temporarily, exercise improves glucose and insulin responses and may also offer some protection...

Exercises reduce risks of cancers

...niversity, found that sport, manual work, and even hiking and gardening all seemed to count as exercise in terms of cancer protection. She said: "This is exciting, because it provides a relatively easy way for us all to reduce our risk of this terrible disease."We've analysed a wide range of studies looking...

Location largely affects weight

...lities and parks, that doesn't have bike paths and hiking areas . . . the more obesity you have." Another aspect is the economical one. "In large cities in Canada, in the low-income neighbourhoods, there'll be no fresh fruit outlets, or a minimum, and many fast-food outlets," Millar observed. Schools and ...

Strained Economic Agreement Between Singapore And India

...government's investment arm, being prohibited from hiking its stake during a recent equity-raising exercise by the Indian bank. "As part of a cordial and professional dialogue with RBI on various issues, MAS has written to the Indian regulator," MAS managing director Heng Swee Keat was quoted as saying. ...

Stern action against AIIMS Medicos, warns Ramadoss

... work in May - to protest the government policy of hiking caste-based quotas in higher education - was opposed by the medical community and a petition was filed in the Supreme Court, which asked the government this week to be a "model employer". Ramadoss, however, said the court's observation was merely a ...

Antioxidants Could Halt Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Summertime is for hiking and camping, but it brings with it the risk of tick bites and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. In order to prevent such illnesses, researchers //are looking at the role played by antioxidants like alpha-lipoic acid and green tea and vitamins C and E in ...

Children of a lesser God?

...ay unknown to the westerners who are used to hitch hiking miles thanks to their sophistication, which by the way is also missing in interior Africa. . MST...

The Evolution of Costly Traits

...ed to address this challenge – the theory of hitch hiking and theory of kin selection. The theory of hitchhiking has indicated that genes which present a cost to their bearer can become frequent in natural populations when they "hitch a ride" with healthier genes that are being preferred by natural selec...

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