IF YOU LIKE TO ENJOY A FEW AFTER WORK COCKTAIL ... YOU COULD BE RAISING YOUR RISK OF A POTENTIALLY DEADLY CANCER.
A NEW GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY STUDY SAYS CONSUMING AT LEAST TWO DRINKS A
DAY INCREASES YOUR RISK OF PANCREATIC CANCER BY TWENTY-TWO PERCENT.
DOCTORS LOOKED AT DATA FROM FOURTEEN PREVIOUS STUDIES INVOLVING NEARLY
RESEARCHERS SAY THE FINDINGS SUGGEST MEN LIMIT THEIR DAILY ALCOHOL INTAKE
TO TWO DRINKS... AND WOMEN NO MORE THAN ONE.
THE STUDY APPEARS IN THE JOURNAL "CANCER EPIDEMIOLOGY, BIOMARKERS, AND
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