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BBC News - A daily drink 'only good for men'|
Covers research showing that drinking alcohol daily protects against heart disease
in men but not in women.
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- published: May 25 2006
Caloric Values of Alcoholic Beverages|
From the University of Rochester Health Service. Details the caloric content of
popular beer brands, different wine types, distilled liquors, drink mixers, and
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- modified: Dec 08 2009
Eurekalert: Light-to-Moderate Drinking Appears to Have Little Effect on the Risk for Breast Cancer|
A new study in 'Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research' confirms that heavy
drinking increases risk for breast cancer, but that light to moderate drinking
appears to have little effect on a woman's risk for breast cancer.
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- published: Jul 01 2004
CancerConsultants: Beer and Alcohol Spirits Increase Risk of Colorectal Neoplasia|
A study reported in the American Journal of Gastroenterology reports that heavy
consumption of spirits and beer may cause an increased risk of colorectal cancer,
whereas moderate consumption of beverage alcohol of all kinds, as well as heavy
consumption of wine, is associated with a lower risk.
- published: Nov 19 2002
Daily News Central: Experts Tangle Over Cardio Benefit of Light Drinking|
An article in The Lancet by a professor at the University of Auckland, New Zealand,
criticizes recent studies on the cardioprotective effect of wine consumption as
flawed. Other experts defend the conclusions of this research.
- published: Dec 02 2005