Exercise has been linked to decreasing risk for multiple conditions. Exercise can also be beneficial for different aspects that are associated with cancer. These aspects include cancer recurrence, progression, weight gain, quality of life, etc. The following content is provided by various health organizations, along with Dr. Northfelt a Hematologist/ Oncologist, Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
Talk to Your Doctor About Your Bucket List https://t.co/ywiUBMX0u6— Donald Northfelt (@dnorthfelt) February 11, 2018
Increased physical activity associated with lower risk of 13 types of cancer - Knowridge https://t.co/8ddRGew1n3— Donald Northfelt (@dnorthfelt) January 24, 2017
5 elements to create a balanced fitness routine. http://t.co/GsgdJWZXkW— Mayo Clinic (@MayoClinic) April 4, 2014
The Powerful Benefits of Walking for Weight Loss - The White Coat Trainer Blog https://t.co/BPAywnLths— Donald Northfelt (@dnorthfelt) October 3, 2017
How much exercise do I really need? - CNN. Great article summarizing benefits of exercise, recommended strategies https://t.co/hW4Itcgy46— Donald Northfelt (@dnorthfelt) April 1, 2017
How exercise might keep depression at bay https://t.co/UD7zNEdqjU— NYT Health (@NYTHealth) November 20, 2016