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A new analysis confirms the American Institute for Cancer Research’s tips for lowering the risk of breast, colorectal and lung cancers.
Is it safe for breast cancer survivors to drink alcohol? No guidelines address the topic, but data from Kaiser Permanente offer insights.
These plant-based meals are quick, delicious and healthy any time of the year.
The dangers of excessive alcohol use and its connection to increased colorectal cancer risk are not something doctors are unfamiliar with.
Consuming one or more alcoholic drinks per day increased one’s risk of death and provided no health benefits, according to a study.
All alcoholic drinks—even wine—are carcinogenic.
Better results were observed even in people with increased portal hypertension.
More participants were aware of the cancer risks from hard liquor and beer than about the risk from wine.
Experts predict that more than a million people could die from liver cancer worldwide in 2040.
The optimal diet to prevent many cancers and to improve long-term survival is a plant-based diet.
Awareness varied between wine, beer, and liquor
In 2022, reported use of any illicit drug within the past year remained at or significantly below pre-pandemic levels for all grades.
Women and young adults saw especially large increases between 2019 and 2021.
Plus: Over 10 prevention services related to hepatitis, HIV and sexually transmitted infections covered by the Affordable Care Act.
A new study associates physical activity, diet and other healthy lifestyles with a 27% reduction in risk of death for former smokers.
People under 50 are increasingly likely to develop cancers of the breast, colon, liver and more.
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