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Alcohol intake may make colorectal cancer more likely to occur in an individual.
Strict adherence to vegetarian diet is tied to lower risk of ischemic heart disease in older women.
A decline in the likelihood of suffering from asthenopia is associated with generous consumption of dark-green leafy vegetables regularly.
Indulgence in alcohol may elevate the risk of stomach cancer in men.
Binge drinkers may be highly prone to suffer from myocardial infarction.
Frequent consumption of fried foods may be associated with increased risk of coronary artery disease in men and women.
Regular drinking of alcohol may trigger the development of pancreatic cancer.
Heavy drinking of alcohol may increase the odds of developing colorectal cancer in men.
Alcohol intake may put an individual at high risk of being diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
Diets rich in foods high in sucrose and other added sugars may elevate endometrial cancer risk.