Tall than average people do have to worry about their healh. Research shows that they are more prone to cancer than short people. Those who are fat also have a higher risk. It is because they have more cells. With cell division faults occur and cancer can be the result. More cells mean a higher danger.
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susannah brown senior science programme manager research evidence world cancer research fund international works continuous update project research including recent report breast cancer found taller people increased risk cancers includes kidney ovarian pancreatic cancers evidence clear – isn’t straightforward is height cancer talk height can't change can’t change height reached final height it’s impossible anything discussing increased risk taller people different cancers different populations suggests common mechanism possibly acting early life involved change someone’s final height they’ve reached tall someone grows influenced nurtured fed womb throughout rest childhood adolescent growth adult height marker represents growth process.
person’s height itself increases cancer risk instead process body undergone tall linked cancer person’s final adult height visual representation growth process someone’s body undergone conception adulthood process influenced genes modifiable developmental factors eg growth factors insulin insulin-like growth factor growth hormone sex hormones oestrogens womb childhood adolescence height thought marker indicator whole series events experiences conception adulthood identifying aspects process inﬂuence cancer risk important determines person’s height people grow maximum height age 20 tall person grows influenced genes nutritional quality quantity food receive growth development growth infants accelerated feeding protein formula turn leads taller adults addition children heavier height mainly due fat tend grow faster become taller.
fatter children developmental milestones earlier high-income countries – people tend relatively tall obesity rates tend age girls period fallen steadily decades 1 years processes directly indirectly result nutrition development altered hormone levels hormones related growth sex hormones hormones influence visible structure people height growth behaviour cells body likely least taller people higher risk six cancers bad news tall bad news fact taller appears beneficial comes preventing diseases diabetes strokes heart attacks is important conduct further research helps identify processes lead different adult health risks hope research hormones growth factors influence height provide better understanding height cancer
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