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Alcohol increases cancer risk, but don’t trust the booze industry to give you the facts straight

Adjunct Professor, School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Curtin University; Education and Research Director, Cancer Council WA; Chair, Occupational and Environmental Cancer Committee, Cancer Coun... read more

Formaldehyde among substances added to cancer list

Formaldehyde, a chemical used in embalming fluid and in consumer products is known to cause cancer ... industry, nail technicians and beauticians," he said. "It's not just one exposure. It's continuou... read more

Drinking: 18 vs. 21

It’s kind of a basic axiom that if you make alcohol more readily accessible, people will drink more and a certain percentage of them will drink to excess in a greater percentage. There’s just all kind... read more

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Drug Czar's Office Withheld Alcohol Data From Report on Drugs and Crime, Now Refuses to Release It

Regardless of why the ONDCP admitted alcohol data, for transparency's sake they need to release it. 2012 ANNUAL REPORT: ARRESTEE DRUG ABUSE MONITORING PROGRAM II by Mike Riggs Mike Riggs is a reporter ... read more


Why do people with East Asian heritage get flushed after drinking alcohol?

Read more: Alcohol increases cancer risk, but don't trust the booze industry to give you the facts straight The risk is highest for those with partial deficiency. This is because their low residual en... read more

Backpackers, Don’t Listen To Slate: Science Does Support Stream Water Treatment

“I don’t ... you drink untreated water, you’re taking on a non-negligible amount of risk. The good news is that risk—however large or small it may be—can be mitigated. And no, not just with fancy filt... read more

Glyphosate And Cancer

What you have ... dangerous. “RISK OF SHARK ATTACK NOW INCREASED BY FACTOR OF ONE MILLION!” This may sound like a silly example, but that’s basically what happened recently with the IARC and its annou... read more

Is an occasional cigarette that bad for you?

However, it’s a myth to believe that if you smoke only two cigarettes a week for example, or just on the weekends, that it won't affect your health. Even a few cigarettes can increase your blood press... read more

Why it’s so easy to believe our food is toxic

Nope. Fish swim bladders? Sort of, yeah, but they don’t actually make it into the finished beer. Corn syrup? Possibly, but most of it would be food for the yeast, so that means it’s turned into alcoho... read more

Alcohol increases cancer risk, but don't trust the booze industry to give you the facts straight

The alcohol industry has been misleading the public about the real link between alcohol and cancer, with tactics similar to those used by the tobacco industry. This is the finding from research publis... read more

Partisan Bias, Motivated Reasoning, and the Debate Over the Kavanaugh Nomination

Many studies show that people often engage in "motivated reasoning" on political issues—twisting facts and logic to fit their ideological ... to curb their biases and seek out the truth. If you come t... read more

U.S. Navy Wants to Fuel Ships Using Seawater

The U.S. Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class destroyer typically burns 1,000 gallons of petroleum fuel an hour. Most of the Navy’s fleet shares the same ravenous appetite for fuel, and refueling these massive ... read more



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