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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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