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What are the environmental risk factors for cancer?
chemical carcinogens, pollution, radiation, diet, sexual behavior, pharmaceutical agents, obesity, chronic inflammation
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________ risk factors for cancer, include genetics and family history, whereas ______ risk factors include smoking and diet. A. Inherent; behavioral B. Inherent; environmental C. Behavioral; inherent D. Behavioral; environmental
List several risk factors for cancer development
Smoking, poor diet, lack of exercise, obesity, alcohol use, and aging
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other risk factors for cancers
– age – environmental contaminants – genetics – sedentary lifestyle – smoking and tobacco use – stress
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dietary risk factors for cancers
– high in salty or pickled foods – high in saturated and/or trans fat – low in fruits, veggies, & other foods rich in fiber and phytochemicals – low in vitamins and/or minerals – excessive alcohol intake
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Additional Risk Factors for cancer
Obesity, Physical inactivity, poor nutrition Immunosuppressed clients African Americans have highest risk for cancer followed by caucasians Heredity Exposure to UV rays Exposure to carcinogens Stress Previous history of other types of cancer or chemotherapy
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Diet Risk Factors for Cancer
High-fat, low-fiber diet are more prone to develop colon cancers. Diets high in fiber reduce the risk of colon cancer. High-fat diets are linked to breast cancer in women and prostate cancer in men. Consumption of large amounts of pickled, smoked, and charbroiled foods has been linked with esophageal and stomach cancers. A diet low in vitamins A, C, and E is associated with cancers of the lungs, esophagus, mouth, larynx, cervix, and breast.
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