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Four Cancer Risks That Increase With Age" - Your Health Success ezine
September 04, 2018

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Are you aware of the differences between emotional hunger and true physical hunger? You may be surprised to know that they are not the same feeling.

Emotional eating will come on suddenly and craves specific foods that you find comforting.

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Emotional eating can also give you feelings of shame or guilt, while true physical hunger will not cause you to feel badly about yourself.

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REPORT: "Four Cancer Risks That Increase With Age"

Cancer can occur in individuals of any age but many cancers are directly related to age and have an increasing incidence as one ages.

Here are four cancers you stand a greater chance of getting as you age:

Breast Cancer

The incidence of breast cancer increases with age. For example, a woman aged 50 has a 2.29 percent chance of getting breast cancer over the next ten years, while a woman 60 years of age has a 3.48 percent chance of getting breast cancer over the next ten years.

For women aged 70, they have a 3.88 percent chance of getting breast cancer in the next ten years and a 6.16 percent chance of getting breast cancer over the next 20 years.

What is Breast Cancer?

Breast cancer happens when cells that do not know how to shut off production of more cells begin to grow out of control in breast tissue.

The cells eventually replace normal breast tissue, can travel to the lymph nodes through the lymph system, and can eventually spread throughout the body, including the liver, lungs, and brain. Breast cancer is a common disease, affecting one out of every 8 women in the course of their lifetime.

Symptoms of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer has no symptoms when it is in its earliest stages. This is why having a regular mammogram is so important.

With a mammogram, cancerous cells can be detected using a special kind of breast x-ray that can tell the difference between normal breast tissue and cancerous tissue.

  Symptoms you might have that indicate breast cancer include the following:

• Having a hard like marble beneath the skin of the breast.
• Feeling a lump in the breast, especially after menses.
• Armpit swelling
• Tenderness or pain in the breast
• The presence of a red breast that is painful and has an “orange-peel texture”
• An indentation of the nipple
• An indentation of breast tissue
• A change in the size, texture or temperature of the breast
• Itching of the breast
• Bloody, clear or other color of discharge from the breast

Types of Breast cancer

Not all breast cancers are of the same type. Breast cancer can be located in different parts of the breast and can have different types of receptors on them, making them more or less sensitive to increased growth under the presence of female hormones.

Breast cancer forming in the milk ducts is the most common type of breast cancer.

It can stay within the ducts or can break away from the ducts and can become invasive. Lobular cancer of the breast is formed in the part of the breast where the milk is produced.

Like ductal breast cancer, it can break out of the lobules and invade the rest of the breast tissue. Connective tissue breast cancer is more rare.

It occurs in the part of the breast that is the fatty tissue, blood vessel tissue, or muscle of the breast. These types of breast cancers are called sarcomas.

Hormone Receptors and Breast Cancer

Breast cancer can be classified according to the type of hormone receptors located on the breast cancer cells.

The two main female hormones are estrogen and progesterone. Your breast cancer can be one of three main types.

Doctors use these receptor types to tailor the treatment each type of breast cancer gets.

The hormone receptor status of a breast cancer can be one of these:

• Estrogen receptor positive. This might respond to anti-estrogen therapy.
• Progesterone receptor positive. This might respond to anti-progesterone therapy.
• Hormone receptor negative. This has no hormone receptors and is the most difficult to treat because it doesn’t slow in growth with medications that block estrogen and progesterone.

Prevention of Breast Cancer

The best thing you can do to detect cancer at its earliest stages is to have a regular mammogram. The American Cancer Society now recommends annual mammograms starting at the age of 45 years.

Women with strong family histories of breast cancer can have their mammogram screening earlier in life.

Breast cancer is also strongly affected by obesity. Maintaining one’s weight through exercise and a healthy diet can reduce the risk of breast cancer in many women, regardless of age.

Learn more here about Breast Cancer

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is another type of cancer that increases with age. Men of age 50 have a 2.26 percent chance of getting prostate cancer in the next 10 years, while men of age 60 have a 6.29 percent chance of getting prostate cancer within the next ten years.

Of men at age 70, they have a 7.52 percent chance of getting prostate cancer within the next ten years and a 10.3 percent chance of getting prostate cancer within the next years.

It is often said that up to 80-90 percent of all men of age 80 or more have some prostate cancer cells within their prostate gland.

What is prostate cancer?

The prostate gland is part of the male reproductive system. Its function is to make the fluid that makes up male semen in the ejaculate.

In most men, the prostate gland is about the size of a walnut. It is located just beneath the bladder and the male urethra passes through it.

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men who live in the US besides skin cancer. There are two main types: slow growing prostate cancer and more aggressive prostate cancer.

Most men have slow growing prostate cancer and do not need much of an aggressive treatment as fast-growing prostate cancer.

Prostate gland cancer usually stays within the prostate gland and causes symptoms of urinary dribbling, difficulty getting a strong urinary stream, and pelvic pain.

If it spreads, it usually spreads to nearby pelvic structures, although aggressive prostate cancer can metastasize to bone.

Causes of Prostate Cancer

No one knows the exact cause of prostate cancer but, in some cases, it appears to be hereditary. It also occurs in higher numbers among men who have a greater than average weight and who eat fat from red meat. Charred meat also causes prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer has been found to be more common in parts of the world where there is a high consumption of dairy products and meat and a lower consumption of soy products, vegetables, and rice.

Hormones also have an effect on breast cancer. Men who eat a lot of fat have increased amounts of testosterone in the body, which enhances the growth of prostate cancer.

Men who work in the following industries also have a higher incidence of prostate cancer:

• Industries that use cadmium
• Rubber-making industries
• Battery manufacturing
• Welding industries

Failure to exercise is linked to getting prostate cancer; however, those who take triglyceride-lowering medications, cholesterol-lowering drugs, finasteride, and aspirin are relatively protected from getting prostate cancer.

Prevention of Prostate Cancer

You can reduce your risk of developing prostate cancer by eating a diet high in broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower as well as tomato sauce.

Keeping a normal weight through diet and exercise can help prevent prostate cancer.

Learn more here about Prostate Cancer

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REPORT: "Four Cancer Risks That Increase With Age" continued:

Lung Cancer

The incidence of lung cancer increases with age. About 2/3rds of people diagnosed with lung cancer of 65 years of age or older.

Only about 2 percent of lung cancer is seen in individuals who are younger than 45 years of age. Most statistics place the average age when lung cancer is detected at about 70 years of age.

In total, if you are a man, you have a risk of getting lung cancer at a rate of about 1 in 13 men. For women, the risk of getting lung cancer is about 1 in 16 women. What is lung cancer?

Lung cancer involves the formation of abnormal cells in the tissue of the lungs.

There are several types of lung cancer, including large cell cancer, small cell cancer, and mesothelioma.

Each is treated slightly differently, using surgery, radiation therapy, and immunological therapy to rid the body of cancer.

Causes of Lung Cancer

The vast majority of lung cancer cases are caused by cigarette smoking. Smoking accounts for about 90% of lung cancer deaths.

This means that the risk of getting lung cancer in a smoker is 23 times higher in male smokers than in men who do not smoke. Similar statistics exist for women.

Other causes of lung cancer include exposure to radon gas, which comes up from the ground and can be found in homes where radon gas is highest in the soil.

Exposures to asbestos and air pollution are also risk factors for getting lung cancer.

Prevention of Lung Cancer

The number one thing you can do to prevent lung cancer is to never start smoking or quit if you do smoke.

Reducing your exposure to radon gas (having a radon gas detector in your home) and reducing exposure to asbestos can also decrease the risk of getting lung cancer.

Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is another form of cancer that has an increased incidence with aging.

According to the CDC, a man at the age of 50 has a 0.68 percent chance of getting colon cancer in the next ten years while a man at the age of 60 has a 1.26 percent chance of getting colon cancer in the next ten years.

For men of age 70, they have a 1.96 percent chance of getting colon cancer in the next ten years and a 3.46 percent chance of getting colon cancer in the next 20 years.

What is colon cancer?

Colon cancer generally arises from pre-malignant polyps that form inside the colon. Polyps are growths that come out of the inner lining of the colon and grow very slowly.

At some point, the cells of the polyp become cancerous, leading to cancer of the colon.

Causes of Colon Cancer

Colon cancer increases with age but can be seen in younger people who have a strong family history of colon cancer.

One of the conditions causing an early risk of cancer is familial polyposis syndrome, in which the colon has numerous polyps, any one of which can become cancerous.

People who are overweight have a higher risk of getting colon cancer as do people who suffer from Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.

Prevention of Colon Cancer

Colon cancer can partly be prevented by maintaining a normal weight through exercise and eating a low calorie diet. Colon cancer is also largely prevented through colon cancer screening.

Screening for colon cancer involves having a colonoscopy starting at the age of 50 (earlier if you are high risk).

Colonoscopies can remove polyps from the colon before they can become cancerous. Colonoscopy evaluations are repeated every 10 years.

Learn more here about Bowel Cancer

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Warren’s Notes :


Its September, and the sun is starting to peep out in the cold sky.

Time to think about getting out into the open air again.

I've been working fairly long hours over the winter and the only exercise I've been doing is 2 sessions a week in the Gym. It's time to get some cardio fitness into my own lifestyle again. I've also put on a bit of weight over the winter so it's time to deal with that as well

Getting moving again may as well be useful. Here in Australia there is a Cerebral Palsy organization who run a charity activity called 'Steptember'. The organization assists people with that health condition. One way they do that is to challenge people to 'walk for their charity' and to do at least 10,000 steps a day for the month of September.

There is a bit of fundraising around the challenge to purhase futher research and also equipment to help people, especially children, with Cerebral Palsy to be able to walk.

As part of the program to get the exercise happening it build around little accountability group (it runs in teams of 4). It gives a structured set of exercise and a long enough time period to get a result but over 30 days, it is manageable time. Add to that the funds being raised pay for specialty support for children with Cerebral Palsy, it seems like a good idea to me.

I know that I walk with an 800mm step so 10,000 steps is 800 meters. I also know that I walk at 5 km an hour. This means that to just walk the 10,000 steps in a day without normal moving about would be 1 & 1/2 hours of walking each day. I am thinking that 3 sets walking each day would be a good way to do the numbers.

I still take my Labrador out to the state forest every night and let him run for 3 kilometers. Through the winter, I drive, he runs. From tomorrow I will let him run for a little way and then I'll walk the forest paths with him for half an hour.

We have been talking about making exercise fun, put a structure around it, setting some short term goals, making yourself accountable. This is my way to apply all that.

I'll get started and let you know how it goes in the next newsletter.

Warm wishes

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