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http://www.custom-hypnosis.com/cancer to learn about the power of spiritual healing and how it can help you by taking this free e-course. It is pretty common knowledge that smoking will increase the ...

http://www.custom-hypnosis.com/cancer to learn about the power of spiritual healing and how it can help you by taking this free e-course. It is pretty common knowledge that smoking will increase the risk of lung cancer. Smoking also increases the risks of many other types of cancers as well. There are some studies that suggest drinking alcohol may also increase your risk of cancer

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    • Cancer Risk and Alcohol Consumption - Is There aLink? By Brian Bowie Reiki Master Photo Courtesy of sawa mac at http://www.sxc.hu Learn How You Can Heal Cancer For Free at http://www.custom-hypnosis.com/cancer
    • It is pretty common knowledge that smoking will increase therisk of lung cancer. Smoking also increases the risks of manyother types of cancers as well. There are some studies thatsuggest drinking alcohol may also increase your risk of cancerThere was a study not too long ago that showed somedisturbing evidence that alcohol consumption may lead to anincreased risk of cancer. This study showed that there may bean increased risk of breast, liver, throat, mouth, rectum andesophagus cancer. There are other studies that do support thistheory.Now it is important to note that these studies do not find anydirect link between drinking and cancer. These studies alsoprovide no explanation of how alcohol affects these organs andtheir cells. These studies indicate that the type of liquor is notreally a factor in the increased risk except that the higher thealcohol content, the more potential increased riskThese studies do indicate that women may be more affectednegatively than men. These studies show that even moderatedrinking can raise the risk of getting breast cancer. Thesestudies also showed that that there seems t be less of a riskincrease in men even with high alcohol consumption.
    • At this time, the actual increase in risk is unknown and could berelatively small or generally high. The researchers also indicatethat there are different factors that can affect the level ofcancer risk liquor consumption poses. These researchers haveindicated that it depends on the age and gender of the personand on their family medical history. However these studiesseem to indicate that the individual that may be most affectedby the increased risk of cancer due to alcohol consumption aresmokers.At the time of this writing a direct link between alcohol andcancer has not been identified but there does seem to be someevidence that it may increase your risk of cancer. It is probablybest if you limit your alcohol consumption if you would like tokeep your risk of cancer down. Also by limiting your alcoholconsumption, you will likely see some other benefits as well.Overall, it is up to you to decide whether to follow the advice ofdoctors and to what extent. Keep in mind that excessiveconsumption of alcohol can lead to very serious medicalconditions, even if it does not have a direct link to cancer risk. Get a Free Spiritual Healing For Cancer E-Course and healthy subliminal download at www.custom-hypnosis.com/cancer