Study Shows Drinking A Bottle of Wine A Week Is The Same As Smoking 5 to 10 Cigarettes

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Well, there goes my bottle of wine a week. It looks like wine lovers might want to think twice after a new study shows that drinking a bottle of delicious red wine a week is equivalent to smoking up to 10 cigarettes! Why is this bad? Well, it basically increases the risk of cancer, even if you’re a non-smoker. So yeah, yikes.

According to BMC Public Health, studies show that 10 cigarettes are the mark for women, while for men it’s 5 cigarettes. Their main finding was that drinking “is associated with an increase in absolute lifetime risk of alcohol-related cancers in women, driven by breast cancer.”

Study - Researchers - UK - Level - Drinking

The study was conducted by researchers in the UK where a moderate level of drinking for women and men is 14 units of alcohol. Which is equal to 6 pints of beer, 7 glasses of wine or 14 shots of liquor. The risk of cancer includes parts of the body such as liver, bowl, and esophagus, this according to the study conducted by researchers from the University of Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, University of Southampton, and Bangor University.

I know, take a breath, let me give you a few examples here. In terms of absolute risk, researchers noted that one bottle of wine per week is associated with an increased absolute lifetime cancer risk for nonsmokers of one percent for...
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