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According to CBS News, a study published in JAMA Oncology has found that men who participate in high levels of cardiovascular exercise cut their risk of cancer death, if they were diagnosed at age 65 or older, by over one-third. Researchers gathered data...
A post in The NY Time’s Well blog reports a new study published in The Journal of the National Cancer Institute which found that aerobic exercise slowed breast cancer tumor growth in mice and made chemotherapy have greater effect on the cancer. New...
According to Reuters, a study published in the journal Cancer has found that women who participated in stress management training after being diagnosed with breast cancer were still seeing its benefits more than a decade later, reporting higher mood and...