If certain regulations do not make you think twice before you consume alcohol heavily, maybe the fact that one too many drinks can increase the risk of cancer will. A recent study suggests that drinking more than a pint of beer every day substantially increases the risk of developing cancer.
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A poll conducted for BBC World Service reveals that, amidst these tribulations, China is emerging as an increasingly economic power. The ascension has taken place swiftly, becoming undeniably evident and, what is alarming for some financial leaders, hard to equal.
England will face Ireland in the RBS Six Nations Championship on Saturday, but the pressure might be higher on their opponents, according to manager Martin Johnson.
French company Christian Dior temporarily suspended its fashion designer John Galliano on Friday, until the end of an investigation regarding some alleged racist remarks of the designer at a couple in a bar in the Marais district in Paris a day before.
Vancouver has succeeded for the fifth time in a row to claim the first position in the list of world’s most liveable cities. With Melbourne on the second spot and Vienna on the third one, the rest of the top ten was dominated by Australian and Canadian urban residences.
As a result of the euro-zone debt crisis, Germany has found itself in the position of dictating the policies in the European Union, Chancellor Angela Merkel calling the shots now and France being a mere junior partner.
France has launched a global campaign that aims to regain the title of gastronomic sovereign, four years after Germany was proclaimed Europe’s top food exporter.
China managed to surpass Japan after thirty years of spectacular growth and became the world’s second-largest economy behind the United States in the second quarter, according to official government figures released early on Monday.
A study released last month places China on the third position in the hierarchy of the most popular tourist destinations. Coming next after France and the U.S.A., the Asian state has managed to beat out Spain, the former possessor of “bronze medal” in terms of attracting visitors.
The French newspaper Journal du Dimanche cited unnamed friends of French former President Jacques Chirac, according to whom he was suffering from memory lapses and his wife feared he had Alzheimer’s disease. This led to numerous speculations, especially since Chirac was facing two sets of allegations of corruption from his time as mayor of Paris, his trial being scheduled to start on March 7.