Tag Archives: Alcohol

Genetic studies hint alcohol isn’t linked to breast cancer after all

By Clare Wilson Breast cancer may not be linked to heavy drinkingKlaus Vedfelt/Getty Could the health risks from booze be overblown? A new study has found that low levels of alcohol do not cause cancer, and even heavy drinking doesn’t cause breast cancer – contrary to official UK warnings. The question of how much alcohol… Read More »

Alcohol, Drugs, and Supplements

What you put into your body matters. Our bodies are designed to take in things that fuel our energy levels and our physical and emotional health. Putting the right things into them can make us both happier and healthier. All of this is wonderful, but knowing what to ingest and when can be more difficult… Read More »

Why is Alcohol Counseling Right for Me?

If you’ve been searching for “alcohol counseling near me” or have admitted to having a drinking problem, alcohol counseling is for you. However, there are other reasons to see an alcohol counselor as well. Here are some reasons an alcohol counselor can help, as well as some benefits. Identifying and Avoiding Triggers As an alcoholic,… Read More »

Nearly 12% of Women Report Consuming Alcohol During Pregnancy

While different countries may have different attitudes toward the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has taken a firm stand against the use of alcohol during pregnancy. In the report entitled “Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders,” the AAP identified prenatal exposure to alcohol as the leading preventable cause of birth defects… Read More »