Feb 26, 2009

Study On Risk For Women With Alcohol


Women and drinking do not mix well says a new study.  Over a million middle aged women were followed for about 6 to 7 years in the United Kingdom.  They found that women who had any type of alcohol a day,  had a greater risk in getting cancer.  Certain kinds of cancers were more probable such as breast, liver, and rectum.  The mouth, throat, and esophagus were more common in women who drank and smoked.  For the first time researchers are saying that even low to moderate alcohol use can give women a greater risk for cancer. Last year about 250,000 had breast cancer and a study showed that over 25,000 of them were affiliated with alcohol.

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