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This is an F45 review by a middling CrossFit guy of a few years after having done F45 for three months at two gyms, both in Australia. I've been curious about F45 for years.
There's been an alarming rise in the of young people, particularly women, being diagnosed with tongue cancer, a disease predominantly found in older men with a history of smoking or heavy drinking. Researchers from the cancer hospital Chris O'Brien Lifehouse at Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, in collaboration with local and overseas colleagues, have published a new study in the journal Oral Oncology.
It shows a ificant increase in the incidence of tongue cancer in people aged under 45 while the incidence in young women has soared by a staggering per cent in 32 years. Despite a steady decrease in the of people who smoke in the past decade, the show an increase in young people without identifiable risk factors being diagnosed with oral cancer.
In particular, the of women under 45 being diagnosed with tongue cancer is rising faster than for women over 45 and men. Tongue cancer is a rare disease involving highly complex treatment, which can involve removal of part of the tongue and jaw.
It can affect speech and swallowing, cause facial disfigurement and result in a lifelong dependence on feeding tubes. The huge increase is of particular concern to the nation's dentists, who are in a prime position to detect early changes in the mouth.
The study was based on data from 11, patients with tongue cancer from Australia and Singapore. Your ad blocker may be preventing you from being able to log in or subscribe.
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