Polygenic Cancer Risk Score Mitigated by Healthy Lifestyle, Study Suggests

NEW YORK – Healthy lifestyle habits appear to dial down cancer risk in individuals who carry genetic variant profiles linked to elevated risk for one or more cancer types, new research suggests.

Our findings indicate that everyone should have a healthy lifestyle to decrease overall cancer risk,” co-senior and co-corresponding author Guangfu Jin, a professor at Nanjing Medical University, said in a statement. “This is particularly important for individuals with a high genetic risk of cancer.”

For a study published in Cancer Research on Wednesday, Jin and his colleagues first came up with incidence-weighted cancer polygenic risk

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Rediscover Sunken Gardens | wtsp.com

Great Day Live takes you on a stroll through history as we revisit the magic that is Sunken Gardens

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — Tampa Bay residents have been strolling through the flora of Sunken Gardens for nearly 100 years. Great Day Live takes you on a stroll through history as we revisit the magic that is Sunken Gardens. For more information on visiting go to StPete.org.

Tune into “Great Day Live” weekdays from 9 to 10 a.m. on WTSP-TV.

Hosts Kendall Kirkham and Java Ingram bring you the latest in what everyone’s talking about, from trending stories, lifestyle and

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Back-to-school products that make the grade

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — Time for that bell to ring once again! Lifestyle expert Kiley Thomas joined GDL to walk us through some of her favorite back-to-school products that will help make life easier this year.

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Hosts Kendall Kirkham and Java Ingram bring you the latest in what everyone’s talking about, from trending stories, lifestyle and entertainment news, buzz-worthy, pop culture moments, and all things fun and exciting happening around Tampa Bay.

Whether it’s people making a difference, talented artists and musicians,

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New Study Shows 38% Of Remote Workers Work From Bed

If you’re reading this newsletter while working from home, chances are pretty high you’re sitting or lounging in bed. That’s not an accusation, it’s just statistics!

According to a new survey of 1,520 remote-working Americans, 38% admit to regularly working from bed. But the survey also revealed that for many, the work-from-home lifestyle isn’t as comfortable as it sounds.

From Corner Office To Couch Office

While 91% of remote workers said they made an effort to improve their home workspace and 90% spent money to do so (with outlays on upgrades averaging $282), only 32% claimed to work in a

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‘Ingraham Angle’ on mask mandates, Biden’s failure in his role

This is a rush transcript from “The Ingraham Angle,” July 26, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

LAURA INGRAHAM, FOX NEWS HOST: I came to New York only to see you. And they say, no Hannity. You weren’t there. I looked. I went on every floor. I don’t know, 13 floors.

(CROSSTALK)

HANNITY: I haven’t been in the studio.

INGRAHAM: I don’t know.

HANNITY: I haven’t been

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New Product Launch July 2021: Made In Nonstick Sheet Pans

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Exciting news from one of our favorite direct-to-consumer cookware brands! Made In is launching their much-loved sheet pans in a new-and-improved version that’s both non-stick and non-toxic. (Note: As of publish time, the pan was not yet live on Made In’s site.)

Made In’s sheet pans are notoriously popular. In fact, the aluminum version sold out in just four hours when it launched last may, and it even took several rounds of restocks until our lifestyle director, Lisa,

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