New study finds as little as one drink a day could shorten your life expectancy
ABC's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the new study about alcohol.
The terror attacks of Sept. 11 are still taking a toll nearly 17 years later. Those exposed to toxins and debris in Lower Manhattan are reporting “increasing numbers and types of illnesses,” the special master for the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund said Thursday in a new report. To date the fund
Celine Dion turns 50 today, and it's hard to believe she's been singing professionally for 37 years. The French-Canadian star released her first album in 1981, though it wasn't until 1990 that she broke through to English-speaking fans with her album "Unison." She's now one of the best-selling
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses a study that finds people who smoke or drink one or more alcoholic beverage a day, and drink hot tea, are at higher risks of developing esophageal.
Smokers and drinkers may want to wait for their morning cup of tea to cool off before they start drinking it, in order to decrease their risk of developing esophageal cancer, a new study suggests.
Smokers and drinkers may want to wait for their morning cup of tea to cool off before they start drinking it, in order to decrease their risk of developing esophageal cancer , a new study suggests. The study, published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine, found that people who smoke or drink
Val Kilmer , and his adult actor children Jack, 22, and Mercedes, 26, are featured in a new video shot by The Hollywood Reporter , where the "Top Gun" and "Tombstone" actor talks -- apparently for the first time -- about his battle with throat cancer . For fans of the actor, who has for years
In a new review published by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, experts warn that even moderate alcohol consumption is linked to developing several types of cancer.
Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, one of the most renowned managers and commentators in the history of professional wrestling, died on Sunday. Heenan had been battling throat cancer since 2002. He was 73. After early success in the World Wrestling Association (WWA) and the American Wrestling Association