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Gum disease associated with higher gastrointestinal cancer risk

Gum disease associated with higher gastrointestinal cancer risk

MenuNews> > > > Gum disease associated with higher gastrointestinal cancer riskPeople with a history of gum disease have a 52% greater risk of stomach cancer and a 43% greater risk of throat compared to people without gum disease, according to a new led by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Having lost two or more teeth also increased risk for these cancers.The study was published online in the journal Gut on July 20, 2020.“Participants with periodontal disease and a higher number of teeth lost had a higher risk of developing the two gastrointestinal cancers, even...

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Close to half of U.S. population projected to have obesity by 2030

Close to half of U.S. population projected to have obesity by 2030

MenuNews> > > > Close to half of U.S. population projected to have obesity by 2030For immediate release: Wednesday, December 18, 2019Boston, MA – About half of the adult U.S. population will have and about a quarter will have severe obesity by 2030, according to a new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.The study also predicts that in 29 states, more than half of the population will have obesity, and all states will have a prevalence of obesity higher than 35%. The study’s researchers estimate that, currently, 40% of American adults have obesity and 18% have severe...

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More evidence of causal link between air pollution and early death

More evidence of causal link between air pollution and early death

MenuNews> > > More evidence of causal link between air pollution and early deathFor immediate release: June 26, 2020Boston, MA – Strengthening U.S. air quality standards for to be in compliance with current World Health Association (WHO) guidelines could save more than 140,000 lives over the course of a decade, according to a new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.The , published June 26, 2020 in Sciences Advances, provides the most comprehensive evidence to date of the causal link between long-term exposure to fine particulate (PM2.5) and premature death, according to the...

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Following healthy lifestyle habits at middle age may increase years lived free of chronic diseases

Following healthy lifestyle habits at middle age may increase years lived free of chronic diseases

MenuNews> > > > Following healthy lifestyle habits at middle age may increase years lived free of chronic diseasesFor immediate release: Wednesday, January 8, 2020Boston, MA – Maintaining five healthy habits—eating a , regularly, keeping a , not drinking too much , and not —at may increase years lived free of type 2 , , and , according to a new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.The study was published online January 8, 2020 in BMJ. It is a follow-up and extension of a 2018 , which found that following these habits increased overall life expectancy.“Previous studies have...

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