Healthy Diet May Lower Pancreatic Cancer Risk

A new study has found that pancreatic cancer and an unhealthy diet may be linked. The
study consisted of data from more than 500,000 Americans, age 50 and
older. Research has indicated that individuals who eat a healthy
diet on a daily basis are approximately 15% less likely to suffer from
pancreatic cancer when compared to individuals who have poor daily diet
plans. Hannah Arem, lead author of the National Cancer Institute in
Bethesda, Maryland said, “our study showed an association between diet and
pancreatic cancer risk, rather than cause and effect. In general,
maintaining a healthy diet has many health benefits.” More here

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