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Alcohol And Cancer

  • Scientists find a link between alcohol and prostate cancer risk
  • Attention, men... If you drink alcohol, here's some bad news - Australian and Canadian scientists have found that drinking may raise your risk of prostate cancer. What's more, they found that the more you drink, the greater your risk of the fifth leading cause of death in men worldwide! These findings go according to a new analysis of 27 studies published in the journal BMC Cancer. Read ... ››› more
  • [27 February 2017]
  • Are your genes turning your beer drinking habits into a cancer risk?
  • There's little more refreshing than cracking open an ice cold beer on a hot summer's day. And there's little more satisfying that clinking your beer glass against your friend's as you stand over the heat of the braai. But doing either might bring your health crashing down around you! Shocking new research shows that people with a certain gene see a 700% increase in their stomach cancer ris... ››› more
  • [21 November 2014]
  • Heavy drinkers watch out! Your stomach cancer risk is sky high
  • If you enjoy your booze, you might be at serious risk of stomach cancer, says recent research. Experts at the Mario Negri Institute in Italy conducted a meta analysis of 59 other studies to determine their findings. And with over 34,557 patients across the studies having developed stomach cancer, they could say with conviction that drinking too much puts you at risk of developing stomach c... ››› more
  • [21 November 2014]
  • Warning: Don't touch that wine at book club!
  • Thought you could get away with drinking a glass of wine at book club? Not anymore! Even small amounts of alcohol are bad for you. In particular, your cancer risk. Experts are saying alcohol increases your risk of dying from cancer 30%. And, if that's not shocking enough, 15% of these cancer-related deaths are a result of breast cancer. So articles that say its safe for you to drin... ››› more
  • [07 October 2014]
  • Could that evening drink be upping your cancer risk?
  • Statistics by the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research show that the number of people with cancer worldwide will double by 2030. One of the major contributing factors to the development of cancer is alcohol. Read on to find out how cutting your alcohol consumption will reduce your risk of cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, e... ››› more
  • [07 August 2013]



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