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Increased intake of alcoholic beverages, such as beer, wine, and spirits, may increase an individual's predisposition to acquiring cancer of the mouth and pharynx.
Men who indulged in alcoholic beverages, including wine, liquor, and beer, during their adolescent and adult life may have a high disposition to develop cancer of the testes.
Maternal consumption of alcohol, including wine, during pregnancy may increase the risk of having offspring with acute myeloid leukemia.
Men who are moderate and heavy drinkers of alcohol are highly vulnerable to esophageal, liver, prostate, stomach, colon, pancreatic, and lung cancer.
Contrary to popular belief, red wine may not have any beneficial effect on endothelial function and cardiovascular health.