The study, which analysed data from more than 500,000 men and women, found men who spend less time sat down in front of theTVhave a lower chance of developing bowel
cancer later in life.
cancer is the fourth most common cancer in Wales.
It also discovered that "an alarmingly low number" of eligible people take part in Wales' bowel
The programme raises awareness of the disease and good bowel
health, highlights the symptoms and risks, and stresses the importance of those who are of screening age to take the bowel
cancer screening test when they receive it in the post.
cancer is the third most common cancer in Scotland, with 1,500 people in Scotland dying each year of the disease and 3,700 people diagnosed.
Visiting the Scottish bowel
screening lab in Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, Health Secretary Shona Robison said: Early diagnosis is crucial to saving lives.
If you're older than 74 and live in England or Scotland you won't be sent a screening kit but you can still have bowel
org/article/S0016-5085(97)00250-3/abstract) 20% of adults and adolescents suffer from irritable bowel
syndrome (IBS), a disorder where abdominal discomfort or pain go hand-in-hand with changes in bowel
We hypothesized that small bowel
serosal injuries of any length or circumference would not perforate at physiological intraluminal pressures, either at the time of injury or during the first five postoperative days.
The triad concluded that the test prevented two thirds of deaths and over half of bowel
cancers from developing in the lower part of the large bowel
A charity spokesman said: ""We are delighted that the Mayor of Stockton has chosen to support Bowel
Cancer UK in 2016/2017.
Second, until recently, the rate of bowel
injury at laparoscopic gynecologic surgery has not been well established.