Post Profile






Carcinogens in alcohol? — Heavy drinking can lead to cancer — or not

Before you can blink, it seems, a new study comes out that either celebrates wine for its health benefits or demonizes it for how bad it is for you. This time, it’s the latter, as researchers have uncovered carcinogens in alcohol. The study found that light-to-moderate drinkers are at little risk. But alcohol is three-and-a-half times more likely to cause cancer in drinkers who consume four or more drinks a day.
read more

share

Related Posts


Alcohol may offer some health benefits, but excess drinking can be dangerous

Health : The Checkup

Is drinking alcohol good for you or bad for you? The answer has always been somewhere in between. But there’s new research on how often you should raise a glass in the name of good health, plus information on what the best choices a...

Study Promoting Coffee Drinking Benefits Needs More Research, Says Loyola Dentist

Health : Newswise Medical News

Heavy coffee drinkers have a lower chance of dying from oral cancer, says new American Cancer Society research but a Loyola dentist is still not ready to recommend coffee drinking to his patients.

Drink Wine To Beat Dementia Risk, But Find The Balance Study Reports

Health : Medical News Today

For over thirty years research has been done and much debate has carried on about the benefits or risks associated with drinking alcohol and wine in particular. After an analysis of research since 1977, it has been determined that d...

Just a Few Drinks a Week Boosts Breast Cancer Risk

Health : Healthland

A new study should give women pause before filling their wine glass. Researchers found that women who regularly drink a small amount of alcohol — less than a drink a day — may increase their lifetime risk of breast cancer. … Continu...

Moderate alcohol consumption 'boosts immune system'

Health : Medical News Today

Many of us enjoy a drink or two to celebrate the festive season. And now, researchers say the odd glass of wine with dinner may actually benefit our health - as new research suggests it can boost the immune system and improve its re...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC