Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, Oncology Institute Professor at the Faculty.
Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, Oncology Institute Professor at the Faculty. Dr.. Şuayib Yalcin, obesity, cancer rates 30 percent increase, noting that"if our weight ideal weight above our and the core of our environment is large, especially breast, uterus, pancreas, and colon, severe cancer contracting rates too is growing,"he said.
"Fat boy, a healthy child is"opinion is wrong remarkable Professor Şuayib Yalcin,"Children do exercises must be done. Children's ideal weight for both in the family and social life according to the walk, especially their moving to ensure that measures must be taken. Technologies with the development of children home than trapped began. Physical activity decreased. Certain programs, making children's movement must be ensured,"he said.
children consume less junk food, which emphasized the need to ensure that the Professor. Dr.. Yalcin,"should be opened in front of nutritional quality. Figures are quite high in Turkey in obesity. Obesity has over 40 percent in Turkey. Obviated the need to obesity in women and children,"he said. "In CORE INCREASE CANCER RISK"
obesity increases cancer rates 30 percent said the Professor. Dr.. Yalcin,"the ideal weight we are over and the core of our environment is wider then especially breast, uterus, pancreas, and colon, severe cancer contracting rates too are increasing. One reason direct what you eat but what you eat too much you are important. Particular energy consume less of breast cancer, especially risk is reduced,"he said.
one-third of all cancers that occur due to non Professor noted. Dr.. Yalcin said:
"Turkey currently 150 thousand cancer if it appears, if the society smoker not to be seen number of cancer 100 thousand. These clear example. We smoking habits', not 'smoking disease' call. Turkey in this direction positive should continue with its work. smoking in young people and women began to be a problem. cigarette at risk need to be wary of,"he said.