Nearly 600,000 cancers in the UK could have been avoided in the last five years if people had healthier lifestyles according to Cancer Research UK.
Pounding head? Woolly mouth? A dreadful feeling you might be sick (if you can just summon the energy to get to the bathroom…)
The after-effects of too much alcohol...
Average young adult Brits will drink 62 units in the run up to Christmas and New Year.
Despite the stereotypical view of alcohol and cancer being about heavy drinkers developing liver cancer, that’s actually a relatively small part of the problem. As we’ll...
Let’s be clear – drinking alcohol carries health risks.
It causes seven different types of cancer. And the more we cut down on alcohol, the more we reduce our risk...
There has been a significant increase in cancers which are linked to alcohol over the past ten years, according to figures requested by the Liberal Democrats.
The Scottish government has confirmed that it plans to introduce a minimum price of 45p per unit of alcohol.
Women who regularly have one or two alcoholic drinks a day increase their risk of several cancers according to a new report from Cancer Research UK published today.
Scientists have discovered that breast tumours in mice given the equivalent of two alcoholic drinks per day grow twice as fast as tumours in mice given no alcohol.