No this is not another blame ICE story! In fact the only ice that may be around this article is the cold cubes that keep our drinks cold.
Today on the news, 3 stories related to booze but still we seem to focus on ICE
The road carnage on the weekend where a teenager lost his life. No it was not ICE related!!
Let’s start putting things into perspective
We must focus on the damage Alcohol is doing to our society.
This article states the following:
JUST one alcoholic drink a day can increase a woman’s chance of getting cancer says an alarming new study.
The finding challenges healthy drinking guidelines set by our National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) that allow two drinks a day.
And it underlines the unfairness of the gender divide showing men don’t face the same cancer risk from alcohol.
Men have to consume more than two alcoholic drinks per day and smoke before their risk of cancer appreciably increases.
The Harvard Research to be published in the British Medical Journal today bears out Cancer Council Australia calls that we can reduce our risk of getting cancer by making lifestyle changes.
One in two men and one in three women will develop cancer by age 85.