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Symptoms of alcohol abuse: The first warning sign of cancer development risk

      Balance disorders, irascibility and facial redness are the most common signs of alcohol abuse that usually disappear within twenty-four hours and therefore are generally underestimated, but that don't bring up the serious effects on our body.

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