Our modern lifestyles might just be ruining us
By Singapore's Budget Babe  •  January 10, 2024
We thought we were moving forward, but might our life of comfort and modern day luxuries be ruining our health instead? Over the years, as I watched friends around me get diagnosed with cancer, I wondered why they were getting cancer when they were still young and fit – in their 30s and 40s – until I realised this was in line with the growing incidence of cancer among younger folks globally. Source: DBS In recent years, the unexplained rise of cancer among millennials has also left scientists scratching their heads, as the cancer rates in industrialised nations have increased faster for those aged 25 – 29 years old vs. any other age group in the last 30 years. I don’t know about you, but I find this super worrying – especially after seeing more of my friends around me succumb to cancer. Researchers have no definitive explanation for why people in the prime of life seem to be markedly more vulnerable to the disease...
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By Singapore's Budget Babe
Budget Babe is an ordinary lady striving to achieve financial freedom in Singapore before the age of 45. She is always looking for cost-effective ways to live a fulfilling life in amidst Singapore's rising costs, and writes in order to empower fellow Singaporeans on taking charge of their own lives and finances. The final goal is to eventually break free from the competitive rat race. Will I meet you there? ...

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