Staying Fit Could Ward Off Lung and Colorectal Cancer for Middle-Age Men

A large, 20-year prospective study shows that men aged 50 or older engaged in plenty of cardiovascular fitness have both a reduced risk of dying from lung and colorectal cancer—two of the most common cancers—and a reduced risk of developing these cancers. The results from this long-term study were presented at an American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) press conference ahead of the 2013 annual meeting. Staying fit did not lower the risk of developing prostate cancer, but it did lower the risk of dying from prostate cancer. Click HERE to read the full story