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

Health : Medical News Today (3 years ago)

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... Read Post

Alcohol and Cancer Risk

Health : Health Goes Strong (2 years ago)

If you've been following health news for the last few years, you might have begun to believe that red wine and other alcoholic drinks are actually health food. Many headlines have touted the purported benefits of alcohol – implying ... Read Post

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Studying Low Participation in Cancer Screenings by South Asians

Health : Newswise Medical News (22 hours ago)

In an effort to learn why South Asians in New Jersey and New York City have low participation rates when it comes to some cancer screenings, researchers at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey are conducting a study to further exp... Read Post

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