Latest Alcohol and cancer Stories
Alcohol consumption causes approximately four percent of all deaths worldwide and is responsible for roughly five percent of global diseases.
A new study suggests that there are positive cardiovascular effects from beer consumption, much like wine is known to have in moderate amounts.
Breast cancer patients often wonder what their daughters might do to reduce their risk of also developing cancer.
According to a new study, consumption of 3 to 6 alcoholic drinks per week is associated with a small increase in the risk of breast cancer.
Consumption of 3 to 6 alcoholic drinks per week is associated with a small increase in the risk of breast cancer, and consumption in both earlier and later adult life is also associated with an increased risk.
Doctors who drink more themselves are more liberal in their advice to patients on alcohol consumption.
Scientists including those from Queen's University have discovered that taking regular aspirin halves the risk of developing hereditary cancers.
New research announced on Monday offers evidence that drinking coffee is associated with a decreased risk of a common and slow-growing type of skin cancer known as basal cell carcinoma.
Drinking plenty of fluids may provide men with some protection against bladder cancer.
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