Drinking alcohol regularly can raise risk of skin cancer by 55 per cent – Daily Mail


Daily Mail
Drinking alcohol regularly can raise risk of skin cancer by 55 per cent
Daily Mail
Regular boozing could increase the risk of developing melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, by up to 55 per cent. New research focused on those classified as moderate to heavy drinkers – more than one drink a day – found that it increases
Why can skin cancers occur in parts of your body not exposed to the sun?ABC Online
Drinking in the sun may raise risk of skin cancerTelegraph.co.uk

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