The odds of developing liver, esophageal, and stomach cancer may be stacked against alcohol consumers.
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Low, moderate, and heavy drinking of alcohol may spur the development of different types of cancer, liver, oral, pharyngeal, colorectal, and breast cancer.
Regular drinking of alcohol may put men at high risk of developing stomach cancer.
Habitual drinking of alcohol may facilitate the development of cancer.
Alcohol consumption may foster the onset of atrial fibrillation in young adults.
Heavy drinkers of alcohol may have a high probability of developing osteoarthritis of the knee.
Fondness for alcohol and processed meats may fuel the development and growth of cancerous cells and tumors in the kidneys.
Heavy intake of alcohol may spur the development of different types of cancer in middle-aged and older adults.
Heavy drinking of alcohol may put an older adult, particularly men, at high risk of suffering from sleep disorders, such as insomnia.
Alcohol use may precipitate the development of gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Habitual drinking of alcohol may give rise to different types of cancer in men.