It’s no secret that kidney cancer affects young children.
And it’s no longer surprising that the disease has become a major concern for many people.
But what about the other side of the coin?
How do we know that we need to look beyond the obvious signs of kidney cancer to find the real problem?
That’s the question posed by a study published this week in the American Journal of Medicine.
The authors of the study, Dr. Daniel Ein, Dr., Dr. Anselm F. Pritchard and Dr. Gershon H. Sternberg, say that the number of young people with kidney cancer is on the rise and that the problem has worsened.
And what are they pointing to?
They note that the average age of the people with the disease is just under 18.
They cite data showing that the percentage of children under the age of 5 with kidney disease has increased by about 10 percent in the last 30 years, and the percentage who have had cancer has increased even more.
The study also notes that the rate of young adults with kidney cancers is increasing and that this trend is likely due to changes in lifestyle, especially in terms of diet.
In other words, the people who have the disease are becoming increasingly young, but the rates of other conditions are not.
What they are saying is that the kidney cancer rates have increased by 10 percent and that if we are not changing the way we eat, we will likely see the same rates again.
The researchers say that diet alone won’t be enough to solve the problem of young kidney cancer.
They say that we have to take a holistic approach, and that includes changing our lifestyles, including changing our diets, which will not only help in reducing the incidence of kidney cancers but also in preventing kidney cancers from developing in the first place.
It also includes finding ways to prevent infections.
One thing we do know is that a diet high in saturated fats and cholesterol, which has been linked to an increased risk of developing kidney cancer, has been shown to increase the risk of colon cancer.
And these data point to the fact that we should eat healthier, but also more nutritious food.
That’s why it’s important to take steps to reduce the amount of processed foods we eat and to make healthier choices, the researchers say.
So what can we do?
One thing that we can do is make a conscious effort to reduce our sugar consumption, especially of the type that is highly processed.
Another thing we can try to do is reduce the frequency of sugary drinks, as well as the amount that we consume of fruits and vegetables, which are rich in fiber and other nutrients that promote good health.
And we should look at our energy intake and try to get as much exercise as possible.
We should also take steps that are healthy, like using exercise classes or taking part in group exercise, and try not to overdo it, the authors say.
This article originally appeared on The Daily Dot.