Photo: Jana Sabeth, Unsplash Life expectancy in developed countries has increased dramatically during the 20th century following control of infectious diseases and more nutritious diet. However, incidence of aged-related diseases such as cancer, late-onset obesity (which can lead to over 10 different cancers), hasincreased markedly. Ageing is now the greatest risk factor for many life-threatening…Details
Illustration: Momsanity In 2020, alcohol consumption was linked to 741,000 cancer cases worldwide according to a study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, (IAC). Specifically, it is thought to increase the risk of cancer of the head and neck, the oesophagus, liver, colon, rectum, and breast cancer inwomen. The body breaks down alcohol to…Details
Smoking killed nearly 8 million people in 2019 and the number of smokers rose as the habit was picked up byyoung people around the world, according research by Lancet, the peer-reviewed medical journal. The Lancet’s research shows that despite efforts in a number of countries to curb smoking, 7.69 million people worldwide died from smoking…Details
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