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Nearly half of all deaths within five years of an ALD diagnosis were due to liver-related causes.
The artificial sweetener is found in diet drinks and low-calorie foods.
The dangers of excessive alcohol use and its connection to increased colorectal cancer risk are not something doctors are unfamiliar with.
Most healthy people can meet their daily fluid needs by drinking when they are thirsty.
Some chemicals can increase the risk of cancer, damage immune systems, cause metabolic disorders and decrease fertility.
More participants were aware of the cancer risks from hard liquor and beer than about the risk from wine.
Plus: Study shows that cutting down on alcohol consumption can reduce cancer risk.
Experts recommend no more than two drinks for men or one drink for women per day.
Heavy drinking was the most carcinogenic, but even one or two drinks a day was associated with a slight increase in cancer risk.
Even lower levels of alcohol use by women puts them at a greater risk for several severe illnesses.
This finding from a large study surprised and concerned researchers.
Highlights from HIV and hepatitis C research presented at the 2018 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Boston
Alcohol use is linked to higher risk of breast, colon, liver and oral cancers, ASCO says, but the link may not be as scary as it seems.
Tossing back three or more shots of hard liquor every day is linked to an increased risk of death from pancreatic cancer
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