Latest Alcohol and cancer Stories
New study results strengthen the evidence that people who smoke cigarettes over a long period of time have an increased risk for developing colorectal cancer, even after adjusting for other risk factors.
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A recent study indicates that women, and not men, in their 70â€™s who consume light to moderate amounts of alcohol may be protected against loss of motility.
Alcohol consumption has long been linked to cancer and its spread, but the underlying mechanism has never been clear.
Researchers Urge Caution on Recent Results, Suggest Life-Style Factors Real Source.
U.S. researchers suggest ethnicity may account for why body weight affects prostate cancer risk in some men but not others.
It is well known that survivors of breast cancer have a much higher risk of developing a second breast cancer than women in the general population have of developing a first breast cancer. However, little is known about what lifestyle factors may make survivors more vulnerable to a second cancer.
A new study suggests that men who drink beer or liquor on a regular basis may face a heightened risk of several different types of cancers.
A leading British charity warned on Tuesday that an "alarming" growth in oral cancer rates for people in their 40s is largely due to rising alcohol consumption
Research from the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota indicates that a baby born to an older mother may have a slightly increased risk for many of the cancers that occur during childhood.
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