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A US study, has confirmed suggestions that certain types of breast cancer are more common among women who regularly drink alcohol.
Alcohol is contributing to a steep rise in mouth cancer cases in the UK. But few people are aware that it is a risk factor for the disease, according to a new Cancer...
New figures from the 'Know Your Limits' campaign show that many Britons drink excessive amounts of alcohol on their summer holidays.
A large study has confirmed that the more alcohol a woman drinks, the greater her risk of breast cancer - regardless of the type of alcohol consumed.
Scientists have found that adopting four healthy behaviours - regular exercise, not smoking, moderate alcohol consumption and eating five daily portions of fruit and...
People who lack an enzyme that causes their skin to flush when they drink alcohol may be more likely to develop oesophageal (gullet) cancer, even if they only drink...