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Evidence was revealed Wednesday at the 244th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society that alcohol could perhaps have a carcinogenic substance in it that causes cancer.
Asian Glow Away is a new and all-natural supplement that targets alcohol flush also know as "Asian Flush" or "Asian Glow" at the source by slowing the production of acetaldehyde.
The results from a very well-done meta-analysis support other data generated on the risk of alcohol consumption and gastric cancer â€“ that is â€“ that the risk may be real for heavy alcohol consumption but not for moderate intake.
Natural chelator given to victims of Armenian earthquake, Russian nuclear accidents Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) March 27, 2011 A popular hangover prevention supplement may be a safe and effective alternative to potassium iodide for people scrambling to protect themselves from radioactive fallout from Japan's crippled nuclear power plants. The supplement, Cheerz® IntelliShotâ„¢ and iTabsâ„¢, acts as a natural "chelating agent," removing heavy metals including...
The mutation responsible for the alcohol flush reaction, an unpleasant response to alcohol that is relatively common in people of Asian descent, may have occurred following the domestication of rice.
If your face gets flushed when you drink alcohol, you could be in danger of developing esophageal cancer.
A red flushing facial response from drinking alcohol may signal a genetic susceptibility to esophageal cancer risk, U.S.
Alcohol is the greatest risk factor for acetaldehyde-related cancer -- often occurring in the upper digestive tract -- Canadian researchers said. Researchers at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto and the Chemical and Veterinary Investigation Laboratory Karlsruhe in Germany said acetaldehyde is widely present in the environment, is inhaled from the air and tobacco smoke, ingested from alcohol and foods, and produced in the human body during the metabolism of alcoholic...
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