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Drinking as few as one alcoholic beverage a day can increase your breast cancer risk, according to a new report released today by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund. The good news is that … Continue reading

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In a new paper published in JAMA Oncology to assess how lifestyle factors are linked to a person’s cancer risk, researchers determined that about 30 percent of new cancer diagnoses and 50 percent of all cancer deaths in the US … Continue reading

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New research has highlighted the link between alcohol and breast cancer prompting new warnings to women to drink less, in this report from the U.K.’s Mirror. More than a million British women aged over 50 took part in the Oxford … Continue reading

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A thoughtful discussion authored by Dr. Elaine Schattner, appearing in The Atlantic, discusses a study issued earlier this month on the effects of red wine consumption on breast cancer: This week many middle-aged women experienced joy, and maybe even raised … Continue reading

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As few as three alcoholic beverages per week may increase a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer, concludes a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, according to this NBC Nightly News report: Visit msnbc.com for … Continue reading

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