Inactivity Associated with Higher Cervical Cancer Risk

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Women who are sedentary appear more likely to develop cervical cancer, but just 30 minutes of exercise each week might significantly reduce that risk, new research suggests.

“We think that this study sends a powerful public health message: that a complete lack of exercise is associated with the greater likelihood of developing a serious disease.” Said Kirsten Moysich, professor of oncology in the department of cancer prevention and control at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y.

Read the full article at Web MD

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