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Alcohol consumption may increase the odds of acquiring colorectal cancer.
A surge in the risk of spontaneous abortion is associated with generous consumption of caffeinated beverages before pregnancy.
Avid consumption of high-fiber foods may help fend off colon cancer.
Men who are light, moderate, and heavy consumers of alcohol may have a high propensity to develop hypertension.
Binge drinking may increase an individual's susceptibility to stroke.
Heavy drinking of alcohol is tied to higher risk of stroke in women.
An episode of hangover may make stroke more likely to occur in middle-aged men.
Regular intake of high-fiber foods may help slash the risk of cancer.
Alcohol consumption may heighten the risk of dying from stroke.
Habitual consumption of vegetables may help to keep cataracts at bay.
Lovers of sugar-sweetened beverages and foods may be at high risk of developing recurrent depression and common mental disorder.