Obesity Boosts Ovarian Cancer Risk

Older obese women are more at risk for ovarian cancer than women of normal weight. Printed in Cancer, new research studied 94,525 women, ages 50 to 71, for 7 years. During that period, 303 participants developed ovarian cancer. Scientist determined obese women, i.e. having a body mass index of 30 or more, were 1.26 times more likely to get cancer; The New York Times reports.

Obesity has also been linked to other cancers, like prostate cancer and breast cancer.

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