Obesity-linked cancers on the rise in young adults

By Marlowe Hood

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mortality dropped by 20 percent, from 240 to 192 deaths per 100,000 people, due in part to reduced tobacco use.

I didn't see any advice from the Government to reduce smoking on health grounds in Japan !

Here its everywhere, and they give out free Nicotine Replacement Therapy. (Australia).

You should do it, cancer is a terrible burden.

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Obese people eat a lot of food. That exposes them more to the chemical contamination that exists in our food and drink supply system.

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