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Senin, 26 Januari 2009


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According to the results of a recent study, women who binge drink increase their risk of developing cancer.

The results of the study showed that women who drank roughly two bottles of wine during a two day period more than doubled their risk of developing breast cancer.

The study was conducted by doctors in Denmark. The results of their research have recently been published in the European Journal of Public Health.

During the study the effects of alcohol were observed in 17,647 nurses. What was revealed is that the women who drank approximately 22 to 27 alcoholic beverages a week had more than double the risk for breast cancer than women who only consumed 1 to 3 drinks each week. The risk for cancer reached its highest point when alcoholic drinks were consumed over a short time period.

Dr. Lina Morch, from the Denmark's Centre for Alcohol, headed up the study. Those who participated in the study were observed during an eight-year period that ended in 2001. All of the women who took part in the research were at least aged 45. When the study began each of the women was asked to fill out a questionnaire about their alcohol use and behaviors. When the study ended it was found that out of those who participated 457 developed breast cancer.

The cancer diagnoses were compared with the questionnaires provided by the women in order to discover the relationship alcohol consumption and cancer.

The usage and behavior information found that 10 percent of the women who participated in the study women could be classified as weekly binge drinkers. Binge drinking is defined as having on average four drinks each day. The number of women who were considered weekend binge drinkers, those who consumed a minimum of 10 drinks over the weekend, was 13 percent of the women.

For the study one drink is considered to be a glass or wine or spirits or one bottle of beer.

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