Esophageal Cancer Videos
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.
Study links drinking hot tea to higher risk of esophageal cancer for smokers, drinkers
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.
Hot tea linked to cancer for smokers, drinkers
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.
Even moderate alcohol consumption can increase your cancer risk, experts warn
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.
New study links the Mediterranean diet to reduced reflux symptoms
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what to know about new research that links the Mediterranean diet, along with alkaline water, to reduced reflux symptoms.
'I need to fix myself:' Chrissy Teigen speaks out about alcohol
As the model opens up in a candid interview about her relationship with drinking, Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses how to tell if you are consuming too much alcohol.
A powerful home explosion in a St. Louis neighborhood
To the index and a powerful home explosion rocking at Saint Louis neighborhood the home completely leveled debris thrown under neighboring homes no one was inside authorities on the scene. And residents have been told to shut off their gas. A dramatic Lance like caught on camera in northern
'Silence of the Lambs' director Jonathan Demme dies at 73
Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme, best known for iconic films including "Silence of the Lambs" and "Philadelphia," has died from complications from esophageal cancer, ABC News confirms.
George H.W. and Barbara Bush Still Hospitalized But Are Improving
And to the index now, and an update on the health of George and Barbara Bush, both still hospitalized in Houston tonight. And word now, the former first lady could be released tomorrow. George H.W., improving, now breathing on his own. Reported to be in good spirits. And in Missouri, a desperate
Celebrities React to the Second Presidential Debate
And after the skinny tapping our headlines this morning celebrity is weighing in on last night's second presidential debate quite a few comments on Twitter of course and there were rather spirited but. Taking a more middle of the road position here Katy Perry tweeting out in all caps. RT if you are