Lifestyle Changes to Lower Colorectal Cancer Risk

Colorectal cancers are tumors that arise from the lining of the large intestine. The risk of developing this cancer increases after the age of 50 years. A diet low if fibers, high in fat, having a history of colorectal polyps, ulcerative colitis or Crohn''s disease or family history increases the risk of colorectal cancers. The risk of colorectal cancer can be reduced by improving lifestyle.
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