Are you one of those men who sleep long and well with a regular sleep pattern? If so, good news is you are less likely to contract prostate cancer; or so tells a new study by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston.
Live Science reports that the research found a strong association between the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin and prostate cancer risk in men.
The news comes at the same time when Daily Mail published the results of a research that found increased risk of a range of health issues, including cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, among people who do shift work.
Meanwhile, the latest on The Oncology Report informs that the young adult population in the United States is seeing a notable rise in the incidence of colorectal cancer. The incidence of the same type of cancer is significantly apparent in the population group aged 50 or above, according to the report.