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When used in excess, health risks associated with drinking beer include increased risk of cirrhosis, liver cancer, obesity and alcoholism, according to WebMD. People who drink heavily have an increased risk of stroke, we... More »

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People who frequently eat fast food have a higher risk of obesity, poor nutrition, stroke, diabetes and insulin resistance, according to SFGate. Studies show a correlation between people who eat fast food regularly and l... More »

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Black mold causes both mental health and physical risks, including causing confusion, dizziness, shortness of breath, respiratory issues, damage to vision and irritations to the skin. Any direct exposure to the mold can ... More »

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The health risks of failing to exercise include an increased risk of developing obesity, diabetes, cancer and heart disease, explains WebMD. A sedentary lifestyle can lead to high blood pressure and contribute to depress... More »

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Fish oil is not bad for a person, and it has a variety of health benefits, such as decreasing the risks of stroke, heart attack, obesity and dyslexia, according to WebMD. Fish also slows down the aging process of the bod... More »

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There are three main stages of alcoholism associated with liver disease, states the NHS: alcoholic fatty liver disease, alcoholic hepatitis, and alcoholic cirrhosis. Although these stages are based on gradual progression... More »

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Some harmful effects of alcoholism include chronic diseases such as anemia, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, cirrhosis and depression, as reported by WebMD. It also causes dementia, infectious disease, high blood pressur... More »

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