Q&A: When it comes to alcohol, less is more, says researcher

Drinking alcohol—even in moderation—can take a serious toll on the body. According to the National Cancer Institute, there is a strong scientific consensus that drinking alcohol increases the risk for several types of cancer, including head and neck cancer, liver cancer, esophageal cancer, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer. But until recently, the question still remained whether reducing alcohol intake or stopping drinking altogether reduces the risk of cancer.

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