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Tag: Alcohol Intake

Reduced alcohol intake could help quit smoking, says study

New York: If quitting smoking is one of your New Year’s resolutions, you might want to consider cutting back on your drinking too, a study has found. The study found that heavy alcohol drinkers who are trying to stop smoking may find that reducing their alcohol intake can also help them quit their daily smoking […]

Alcohol intake may cause weight loss in people with diabetes

New York: Regular consumption of alcohol may lead to long-term weight loss in people with diabetes, say researchers. The study, led by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, showed that losing weight can help prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. Obesity is known as one of the leading risk factors for developing diabetes. “Patients […]

Early-life alcohol intake may increase prostate cancer risk

New York: Consuming at least seven drinks of alcohol per week in your adolescence may increase the risk of high grade prostate cancer later, a new study has found. The study found that heavy alcohol intake at ages 15-19 was not associated with overall prostate cancer. However, consumption of at least seven drinks per week […]

Limit alcohol intake to cut cancer risk: Experts

New York: Regular consumption of alcohol may significantly increase your risk of developing several cancers, experts have warned. Drinking alcohol whether in light, moderate or heavy quantity is linked with increasing the risk of several leading cancers, including those of the breast, colon, esophagus and head and neck, experts from the American Society of Clinical […]

Brain's immune system could make us impulsive to drink alcohol

Sydney: Love to drown yourself in a peg of whiskey each evening? It may be due to impulsiveness of the brain’s immune system, according to a study. The findings showed a link between the brain’s immunity and the motivation to drink alcohol at night. This may be because our body’s circadian rhythms affect the “reward” […]