Lovers of preserved vegetables may have a high tendency to die prematurely from hemorrhagic stroke and esophageal cancer.
Regular drinking of alcohol may tilt the odds of dying from esophageal cancer against men.
Fondness for alcohol may up death toll from cirrhosis, liver, esophageal, and head and neck cancer in men.
Generous intake of hot tea may trigger the formation and spread of cancerous cells and tumors in the esophagus.
High ingestion of alcohol may raise death toll from digestive tract cancer in men.
Creating more space for fruits and vegetables in our diet may help hinder the development of esophageal cancer.
Devout consumption of alcoholic beverages may edge an individual closer to a diagnosis of cancer arising from the gastrointestinal tract, including esophageal, stomach, colorectal, biliary, and pancreatic cancer.
Filling our plates with vegetables may brighten our odds of preventing several chronic diseases, including stroke, esophageal cancer, ischemic heart disease, and type 2 diabetes risk.
The odds of developing liver, esophageal, and stomach cancer may be stacked against alcohol consumers.