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Deadly combination: How type 2 diabetes may increase your chances of contracting...
NAFLD is exactly what it sounds like: a pathological buildup of fat in the liver, not caused by excessive alcohol consumption. It is strongly associated with obesity. There is no ...
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A Quick Look at the Mental Side Effects of Alcoholism
There are bigger and more serious effects on the mental health of a person. The regular consumption of alcohol alters the chemistry of the brain. The amount of alcohol that is not ...
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Men suffering from anxiety are more likely to die of cancer - NaturalNews.com
Researchers took account of a number of factors that boost chances of getting cancer like age, alcohol consumption, chronic diseases and smoking. But even so, men who were ...
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Men suffering from anxiety are more likely to die of cancer - NaturalNews.com
Researchers took account of a number of factors that boost chances of getting cancer like age, alcohol consumption, chronic diseases and smoking. But even so, men who were ...
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CAFFEINE - ALLY OR FOE?
coffee a day, which reduces your chances of developing liver cirrhosis (disease caused by excessive alcohol consumption that could lead to liver failure and cancer) by 20 per cent. ...
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Debunking cancer myths: Few cancers come from an inherited gene, according to the...
Families often share similar lifestyle habits - whether it be in regards to diet, exercise, tobacco use or alcohol consumption, these are all things that can influence your cancer ...
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Millennial women consume as much alcohol as men 11/12/2016 - Whatever gender gap there once was between men and women in terms of alcohol consumption has largely disappeared, ...
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Five steps to a healthy heart - NaturalNews.com
for type 2 diabetes, which can also increase your risk of heart disease, independently of your weight. Drink Modestly Excessive alcohol consumption can actually damage your heart. ...
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Friday, June 22, 2018 by: Carol Anderson Tags: alcohol addiction, alcohol consumption, cancer, cancer causes, cancer prevention, exercise, fitness, liquor, men's health, Prostate ...
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Can Alcohol REALLY Benefit Your Health?
in building DNA. That means trouble when it comes to DNA replication and cell division, so it's not surprising that alcohol consumption is tied to higher risks of various cancers. ...
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