Latest Alcohol and cancer Stories
Heavy alcohol use and binge drinking could increase the risk of pancreatic cancer in men, research from UT Southwestern Medical Center suggests.
A new study led by researchers from Mayo Clinic in collaboration with six other US institutions has found that patients with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma who smoked, consumed alcohol or were obese before their cancer diagnosis had poorer overall survival, compared to patients who did not have these risk factors.
While previous research had suggested that drinking milk was related to factors that may increase the risk of renal cell cancer, results of a recent study exploiting the genetic contribution to variation in milk consumption suggest that this may not be the case.
Although acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is relatively rare in children, drinking alcohol during pregnancy could increase the risk.
For as long as our ancestors have been drawing pictograms or writing prose about food and culture, humans have been imbibing various forms of alcohol.
A new study finds that factors known to increase the risk of breast cancer among white women have less influence in Hispanic women.
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High dietary fiber intake was associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancer when researchers used data from food diaries but not when they used data obtained from food frequency questionnaires.
New research finds any beneficial effect of drinking moderate amounts of alcohol on stroke may be counteracted by cigarette smoking.
Post-menopausal and overweight women may be most susceptible.
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