Endometrial cancer - cancer of the uterus lining - the leading gynaecologic cancer. It's also the fourth most common cancer in women in America!
What's also interesting is that more than 75% of endometrial cancers occur in women over the age of 55. If you're an older woman, you're probably now wondering if there's anything you can do to prevent endometrial cancer...
According to a brand new ... ››› more
You already know that sitting too much - whether it be in front of the TV or behind the computer for a few hours every day - can feel awful and wreak havoc on your health.
But did you know that sitting too much can also boost your risk of certain types of cancer? It's true!
According to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, sedentary behaviour can increase y... ››› more
Experts have found it's not just the lack of exercise in people across the globe that's causing a rise in all type of major chronic illnesses.
It's what you do when you're not doing exercise that's the problem!
Recent studies have found that the longer you sit during the day, the higher your cancer risk. And it doesn't matter whether it's sitting behind a desk at the office, or whether you... ››› more
Urgent health warning for women: If you love sugary, fizzy drinks, watch out. A new study has revealed that they increase your risk of developing endometrial cancer after menopause by 78%. Here's why…
Doctors may call it a variety of things, womb cancer, uterine cancer or endometrial cancer – but one thing remains certain – with one in 37 women getting it in her lifetime, lowering your ri... ››› more
If you're an overweight or obese woman, you might be able to lower your risk of endometrial cancer if you get plenty of exercise. That's what a recent study has found. Here are the details of the study…
According to the MayoClinic, endometrial cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the uterus. It starts in the layer of cells that form the lining (endometrium) of the uterus.
One of the... ››› more
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