Higher Breast Cancer Risks in Girls Who Drink

Consuming alcohol between their first period and first pregnancy increases the risk for breast cancer in women by a significant 11% for each 10 grams consumed per day, compared to those who did not drink. While this data was based on self-reported questionnaires, it is consistent with other findings that moderate alcohol consumption is significantly linked with breast cancer risk.

PositiveTip: Eliminate alcohol consumption to effectively lower   breast cancer risk.