Saturday, August 1, 2015

The practice of sport for teenage reduces the chances of death from cancer

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A new US study that teenage girls who Aoazbn to exercise regularly reduce their chances of death due to cancer in middle age.
He said the study authors from Vanderbilt University that exercise for an hour and 20 minutes a week only during adolescence for girls lead to a reduction of 16% in the risk of death due to cancer in the age group of 40 to 70-year-old stage. The researchers noted, according to the newspaper "Daily Mail" the British, to that sport also reduce the risk of death from diseases such as heart attacks and stroke by up to 15%. The study shows that even moderate activity during the teenage years may have a positive impact extended in subsequent stages of age. The researchers examined data recorded house up to 75 thousand Chinese women aged between 40 and 70 years, was asked about a sport that Be exercising during adolescence and then Mracpthn for 13-year-old rate. Monitoring results and found that women who had engaged in sports regularly when she was between the ages of 13 and 19-year-old said to have chances of death in the forties or fifties or stage sixties old diseases caused by the most important cancer in particular.

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