Alcohol: A case for warning labels

By Jennifer Bowden In Nutrition

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28th February, 2013
QUESTION: The facts about alcohol and cancer in the October 27 Nutrition column were frightening – even a moderate amount is apparently too much – and I was left wondering what choice one had but to stop drinking alcohol. This challenges a practice that’s an enjoyable part of many people’s lives. How are other readers dealing with this? How have the medical profession and the alcohol industry responded? ANSWER: Alcohol is the direct cause of one in 30 ...

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