Ladies, the next time your guy wants to get a little grab action going - let him! A new study says a little squeeze on your puppies can help to keep cancer away. No, really! Ain't science frickin' amazing?

The research showed that applying physical pressure to the cells guided them back to normal growth patterns. The study involved growing malignant breast cells in silicone tubes.  Through this, scientist applied compression during the first stages of growth which pretty much squashed them.

The cells, overtime, began to grow in a more normal pattern. Once the breast tissue structure was formed the cells stopped growing, even when the compression was removed. Non-compressed cells continued to display uncontrolled growth that can lead to cancer.

Gautham Venugopalan, from the University of California in Berkeley, says "People have known for centuries that physical force can influence our bodies. We lift weights, our muscles get bigger. The force of gravity is essential to keeping our bones strong. Here we show that physical force can play a role in the growth - and reversion - of cancer cells."

So ladies, in the name of cancer prevention - let us squeeze up on them! We get enjoyment, you do too as well. In the end, everyone is happy and you are cancer free.

Source and exerts: MSN UK


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