Some mouthwashes tied to oral cancer risk

04/9/2014 | National Public Radio

People with poor oral health who use alcohol-containing mouthwash too frequently could be raising their risk for oral cancer, a study published in the journal Oral Oncology found. The alcohol in the mouthwash could be carcinogenic, but mouthwashes that do not contain alcohol are safe, says Dr. Bhuvanesh Singh, head and neck cancer surgeon at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

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