The WCRF has produced a summary document on the global evidence for what increases and what decreases the risk of cancer. This is great publication with information displayed graphically for easy consumption by lay people and health professionals alike.
Factors which increase and decrease cancer risk are taken in turn with a brief explanation of what the risk factor is if required e.g. glycaemic index and which cancer the risk factor Impacts.
In our first issue of 2016, an update from Obesity Action Scotland on sugar, the benefits of Dryathlon and the confessions of a pedestrian, as well as the usual breakdown of cancer prevention research and news from the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network.