Category: Medical Research

Alcohol Lowers Dementia Risk Nearly 40% (Discover More!)

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Millions of people suffer from dementia. It’s a cruel disease for both the victims and their loved ones. Fortunately, there’s much scientific evidence that drinking alcohol lowers dementia risk. The following study found the decrease to be much lower. The Study Researchers studied 3,069 community-living adults. They were aged 75 years and older without dementia …

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Alcohol and Cancer of the Penis (Alcohol and Penile Cancer)

Drinking alcohol and cancer of the penis concerns many men. However, alcohol  and penile cancer are not related. That is, drinking alcohol does not increase the risk of getting the cancer. After analyzing the research evidence, that is the conclusion of major health groups. They include the National Cancer Institute,  Cancer Research UK, American Cancer Society, …

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Alcohol and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL) Related to Risk

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Drinking alcohol and non-Hodgkin lymphoma are linked. Strong evidence is that drinking alcohol reduces the the risk of developing the disease. (It’s also correct to call it non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.) I. The Disease: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL) Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) is a cancer that develops in the lymphatic system. This network to fight disease is throughout the body. In …

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Treatments for Alcoholism: Resources, Descriptions, & Links

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There are many treatments for alcoholism. Some are effective. Unfortunately, most are not not. And popularity is completely unrelated to which work and which don’t. Here’s a list of treatments for alcoholism. It includes descriptions of their effectiveness or lack of effectiveness. Statements of effectiveness are based on peer-reviewed scientific publications. Each heading is a link. …

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