Efficacy of Risk Reduction Alcohol Abuse

Nearly one-third of U.S. adults drink an excessive amount of alcohol.26 Excessive alcohol use appears to be associated with cancers of the breast, oropharynx, pharynx, esophagus, and liver.27-31 Little evidence exists examining the effect on changes in alcohol consumption on the risk of breast or other cancers. Two studies from Italy observed that, although stopping smoking decreased the risk of laryngeal cancer within only a few years, stopping drinking led to a much smaller decline in laryngeal and esophageal cancer risk after more than a decade.32'33

Alcohol No More

Alcohol No More

Do you love a drink from time to time? A lot of us do, often when socializing with acquaintances and loved ones. Drinking may be beneficial or harmful, depending upon your age and health status, and, naturally, how much you drink.

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