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Drinking white wine could increase your risk of skin cancer
Examining the link between alcohol consumption and melanoma risk, researchers found that white wine carried the most significant association, and the increased risk was greater for parts of the body that receive less sun exposure. Research has shown that some wine has somewhat higher levels of pre-existing acetaldehyde than beer or spirits, Cho said. While red and white wine may have similar amounts of pre-existing acetaldehyde, the antioxidants in red wine may offset the risks, Cho noted.

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