Sustained Weight Loss Associated with Lower Breast Cancer Risk in Women 50 and Over

An analysis published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found that losing even modest amounts of weight and keeping it off was associated with lower risk of breast cancer in women 50 and over. The study pooled information on the weight of nearly 181,000 women assessed in at least three surveys over approximately […]
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