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  • Three Health Benefits of Not Drinking Alcohol

    Out of the approximately 7 billion people living in the world, nearly 2 billion people consume alcoholic drinks ! This means more than 1 in 4 persons are consumers of alcoholic beverages. While this number is good for the financial health of companies...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/health-issues/three-health-benefits-of-not-drinking-alcohol
  • Alcohol drinking and laryngeal cancer: overall and dose-risk relation-a systematic review and meta-analysis.

    Moderate and heavy drinkers of alcohol are more likely to develop laryngeal cancer than non-consumers of alcoholic beverages. This study examined the effect of alcohol consumption on laryngeal cancer risk. Researchers conducted a systematic review on...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/alcohol-drinking-and-laryngeal-cancer-overall-and-dose-risk-relation-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
  • Alcohol Helps Fuel Pancreatitis Risk

    About 2 billion people across the world consume alcoholic drinks. The United States is among the world's upper echelon in terms of alcohol consumption by volume. The findings from a 2012 Gallup's Annual Consumption Habits Poll revealed that roughly four...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/condition-related/alcohol-helps-fuel-pancreatitis-risk
  • RE: Alcohol

    Thank you Deanna, for your question and your patience with my answer. The 1st reason that I myself have chosen not to drink alcohol is because I need every brain cell I've got! Each sip kills off a few brain cells, such that tee-totalers have a...

    https://www.drcarney.com/discussions/1304-alcohol#reply-1330
  • Lifetime alcohol consumption and upper aero-digestive tract cancer risk in the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study.

    Lifetime consumption of alcohol may spur the development of cancerous cells and tumors in the esophagus, pharynx, larynx, and oral cavity. ​This study investigated the link between long-term consumption of alcohol and the probability of developing...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/lifetime-alcohol-consumption-and-upper-aero-digestive-tract-cancer-risk-in-the-melbourne-collaborative-cohort-study
  • Alcohol and laryngeal cancer: an update.

    Frequent consumers of alcohol may have a high tendency to develop laryngeal cancer. This study investigated the association between alcohol intake and the incidence of laryngeal cancer. Researchers analyzed data extracted from 20 studies conducted in...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/alcohol-and-laryngeal-cancer-an-update
  • Long-Term Alcohol Consumption and Breast, Upper Aero-Digestive Tract and Colorectal Cancer Risk: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

    Fondness for alcohol may put an individual at high risk of developing cancer of the breast, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, oral cavity, colon, and rectum. ​The objective of this study was to perform a systematic review and meta-analysis on data obtained...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/long-term-alcohol-consumption-and-breast-upper-aero-digestive-tract-and-colorectal-cancer-risk-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
  • Breast Cancer Risk Increases with Alcohol Consumption

    There are many reasons why consuming alcohol is not a smart decision. Studies have shown another reason why women should stay away from alcoholic drinks: it increases breast cancer risk. Breast cancer is the number one leading cause of cancer-related...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/health-issues/breast-cancer-risk-increases-with-alcohol-consumption
  • Alcohol and Cancer: A Statement of the American Society of Clinical Oncology

    ​Alcohol consumers are highly vulnerable to oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, esophageal (squamous cell carcinoma), liver, breast, and colorectal cancers. This study investigated the correlation between alcohol intake and cancer risk. A dozen of the...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/alcohol-and-cancer-a-statement-of-the-american-society-of-clinical-oncology
  • Alcohol Significantly Increases Cancer Risk

    Cancer is the second leading cause of deaths worldwide. Each year, over 12 million people are diagnosed with cancer and more than 7 million persons die from cancer annually. Cancer accounts for nearly 1 in every 6 deaths recorded worldwide. These...

    https://www.drcarney.com/blog/condition-related/alcohol-significantly-increases-cancer-risk
  • Alcohol drinking and colorectal cancer risk: an evaluation based on a systematic review of epidemiologic evidence among the Japanese population.

    Regular consumers of alcohol are highly predisposed to colorectal cancer. This research work evaluated the correlation between alcohol consumption and colorectal cancer development risk. Researchers analyzed data on alcohol intake and colorectal risk...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/alcohol-drinking-and-colorectal-cancer-risk-an-evaluation-based-on-a-systematic-review-of-epidemiologic-evidence-among-the-japanese-population
  • Alcohol drinking and colorectal cancer in Japanese: a pooled analysis of results from 5 cohort studies.

    Regular consumers of alcohol are more prone to develop colorectal cancer than non-consumers of alcoholic products. This research work was carried out to determine the effect of alcohol consumption on colorectal cancer risk in Japanese men and women....

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/alcohol-drinking-and-colorectal-cancer-in-japanese-a-pooled-analysis-of-results-from-5-cohort-studies
  • Alcohol consumption is associated with increased risk of distal colon and rectal cancer in Japanese men: the Miyagi Cohort Study.

    Heavy alcohol drinkers are more likely to develop colorectal cancer than non-consumers of alcoholic beverages. This study investigated the effect of alcohol consumption on colorectal cancer risk. Researchers examined the alcohol intake of 25,279...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/alcohol-consumption-is-associated-with-increased-risk-of-distal-colon-and-rectal-cancer-in-japanese-men-the-miyagi-cohort-study
  • Systematic review with meta-analysis: alcohol consumption and the risk of colorectal adenoma.

    ​Alcohol drinking may elevate the risk of colorectal cancer. It has been established that most adenomas in the colon and rectum develop into cancerous cells and tumors in the large bowel. This study investigated the hypothesis that alcohol consumption...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/systematic-review-with-meta-analysis-alcohol-consumption-and-the-risk-of-colorectal-adenoma
  • Alcohol consumption increases the risk of fatal breast cancer (United States).

    ​Alcohol consumption may increase the odds of dying from breast cancer in post-menopausal women. This study examined alcohol use in relation to mortality from breast cancer. Researchers at the American Cancer Society tracked the alcohol consumption...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/breast-cancer/alcohol-consumption-increases-the-risk-of-fatal-breast-cancer-united-states
  • A pooled analysis of alcohol intake and colorectal cancer.

    Increased consumption of alcohol may elevate colorectal cancer risk. This study evaluated the relation of alcohol intake to colorectal cancer development risk. Researchers systematically reviewed 22 case-control studies that examined alcohol...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/colorectal-cancer/a-pooled-analysis-of-alcohol-intake-and-colorectal-cancer
  • Is alcohol consumption a risk factor for prostate cancer? A systematic review and meta-analysis.

    A surge in prostate cancer risk is associated with low, moderate, and heavy consumption of alcohol. ​The objective of this meta-analysis was to evaluate the impact of alcohol consumption on the incidence of prostate cancer. Researchers conducted a...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/lifestyle-choices/alcohol/is-alcohol-consumption-a-risk-factor-for-prostate-cancer-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
  • A meta-analysis on alcohol drinking and gastric cancer risk.

    Compared to non-consumers, heavy consumers of alcohol are more likely to develop stomach cancer. This study investigated the effect of alcohol consumption on gastric (stomach) cancer risk. Researchers conducted a meticulous meta-analysis on data...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/stomach-cancer/a-meta-analysis-on-alcohol-drinking-and-gastric-cancer-risk
  • Alcohol drinking and total cancer risk: an evaluation based on a systematic review of epidemiologic evidence among the Japanese population.

    Moderate and heavy consumers of alcohol are much more prone to develop cancer than non-consumers of alcoholic drinks. This study evaluated the relationship between alcohol consumption and total cancer risk. Researchers analyzed data extracted from 8...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/alcohol-drinking-and-total-cancer-risk-an-evaluation-based-on-a-systematic-review-of-epidemiologic-evidence-among-the-japanese-population
  • Female breast cancer and alcohol consumption: a review of the literature.

    A surge in breast cancer risk is associated with alcohol consumption. This study evaluated the role of alcohol intake in breast cancer development in women. Researchers examined data extracted from studies that focused on alcohol consumption and breast...

    https://www.drcarney.com/science/disease-conditions/cancer/breast-cancer/female-breast-cancer-and-alcohol-consumption-a-review-of-the-literature

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