Search Results

The following results match your search query. Relevancy percentages are calculated based on keyword frequency and positioning within each document.

Keywords: alcohol and cancer

Refine your search

Search with:

Found 43 results
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 | Next >>

Article

One in five breast cancers linked to alcohol [ 100% ]

Home /
New Cancer Council analysis into the link between alcohol and cancer caused a flurry of stories in the media this month. It also resulted in that old chestnut ‘red wine is good for your health' to rear its head. So what's the real story?

Article

Advocacy: Change in alcohol labelling policy [ 87% ]

Home /
Unlike almost every other product we ingest, alcohol products are not required to list ingredients nor carry health warnings. Yet alcohol is a carcinogen. A recent review of the evidence found one in five cases of breast cancer in Australia can be linked to alcohol.

Article

Advocacy: Action on alcohol [ 82% ]

Home /
Research is continuing to show that alcohol causes cancer – breast cancer (in women), cancers of the mouth, larynx, pharynx, oesophagus, liver and bowel in men and women. That's why the Alcohol Policy Coalition is lobbying all levels of government in Australia for policies and legislation that lower the risks Australians face when they drink.

Article

Advocacy: Reducing the alcohol and drug toll in Victoria [ 73% ]

Home /
The Alcohol Policy Coalition welcomes the release of the new alcohol and drug strategy by the Victorian Government 'Reducing the alcohol and drug toll; Victoria's plan 2013–2017'.

Article

Success story: Saying au revoir to the hangover [ 71% ]

Home /
There is no doubt that drinking is part of Australian culture. BBQs and beer go together like meringue, cream and some kind of fruit; like Kylie and Jason; like Skippy and people down wells. Which is why it's understandable that the link between alcohol and cancer isn't a popular message. But even moderate amounts of alcohol increases the risk of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, liver, breast and bowel. However, at CYCR we're optimistic, we feel there could be a bit of a change in the air.

Article

How alcohol causes cancer [ 67% ]

Home / How to cut your cancer risk / Drink Less Live More
It is estimated that 2,950 cases of cancer are attributable to long-term chronic use of alcohol each year in Australia.

Article

How to: Recognise what's driving you to drink [ 61% ]

Home /
Around 41% of Australian adults drink weekly. And around half of those who drink alcohol do so at levels that put them at higher risk of alcohol-related harm in the short term (falling over, getting into a fight) and about a quarter at levels that put them at higher risk of long-term harm (chronic disease such as cancer).

Article

Limit alcohol [ 61% ]

Home / How to cut your cancer risk / Limit alcohol
To reduce your risk of cancer, limit your intake of alcohol, or better still, avoid it altogether.

Article

How to reduce your alcohol intake [ 60% ]

Home /
For a lot of people alcohol is a big part of their social lives, which is why it’s so important for us to consider the impact drinking has on our health.

Article

Australian alcohol’s missing ingredient [ 60% ]

Home /
The risk of cancer is greater for every additional alcoholic beverage consumed, so why aren't we more alarmed that there's no warning about this on the label of alcohol products?

Found 43 results
Page: 1 2 3 4 5

Close