A study of nearly 1.3 million British women offers more evidence, respect of the moderate consumption of alcohol and the increased risk in a variety of types of cancer.
United Kingdom researchers surveyed middle-aged women with breast cancer in the clinics, about their health habits and conducted a follow-up during seven years.
A quarter of the women were not reported the use of alcohol and almost all the rest reported that the average consumption was one drink per day.
The researchers compared to the drinkers light of two or fewer soft drinks a week, with the people who drank more.
Each drink extra per day increased the risk for breast cancer, straight and liver, from the University of Oxford, reported the researchers in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
The type of alcoholic beverages as; wine, beer or liquor did not matter, an earlier investigation defined that alcohol consumption was related to the esophageal cancer and oral, only when the drinkers were smokers. (more…)