Prostate cancer tied to inactivity

Source: UPI

Men who work at desk jobs are more likely to develop prostate cancer than manual workers, a study indicates.
Researchers found low levels of physical activity in the workplace can significantly raise the risk of cancer, the Daily Mail reported Saturday.
The study determined men who worked as teachers or in office jobs were much more likely to get cancer than those who spend much of their day on their feet, such as laborers, bakers and barbers.
Specifically, men who spend their day working at a desk are 30 percent more likely to develop prostate cancer than manual workers, the study found.


This study shows that men with sedentery jobs are at increased risk or prostate cancer. I wouldn’t advise changing careers, but adding exercise to your daily regimen should help prevent illnesses and probably helps prevent recurrences and delays progression in men who have cancer.

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