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Study Identifies Potential Warning Signs of Colorectal Cancer in Younger Adults. NCI. June 16, 2023

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Red flags indicate risk for early-onset colorectal cancer. Washington University in St. Louis News. May 3, 2023

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Yogurt Might Help Men Avoid Colon Cancer: Study. HealthDay. June 18, 2019.

Men Who Eat Two Portions of Yoghurt a Week Less Likely to Develop Bowel Cancer, Study Suggests. Independent. June 19, 2019.

Eating Yogurt Twice a Week Could Lower the Risk of Pre-Cancerous Bowel Growths in Men by 20%, Study Finds. Daily Mail. June 18, 2019.

Men who eat yogurt may have lower colon cancer risk. Reuters. July 3, 2019

Americans Are Sitting More and We Have Computers to Blame. The Wall Street Journal. April 23, 2019

Americans Getting More Inactive, Computers Partly to Blame. AP News. April 23, 2019

Computers, Not TV, Are to Blame for Increase in US Sitting Time, Study Says. CNN. April 23, 2019

Americans Are Sitting at Record Rates. Here’s Why That’s So Dangerous. Time. April 23, 2019.

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Colorectal Cancer is Killing More 20- to 30-year-olds. We Have Some Clues about Why. Vox. May 30, 2019.

Sedentary Lifestyle Could Increase Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Young Women. NBC News. February 5, 2019

Too Much TV Raises Women’s Odds for Early-Onset Colon Cancer: Study. HealthDay. February 5, 2019

Binge-Watching TV Raises the Risk of Bowel Cancer—Even for Those Who are Slim and Active. The Sun. February 5, 2019

Sitting in Front of the TV for Two Hours a Day Raises Your Risk of Bowel Cancer by 70%, Scientists Declare Amid Sharp Rise in Cases. Daily Mail. February 5, 2019