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New study links consumption of sugary drinks to cancer

New study links consumption of sugary drinks to cancer

Consumption of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice is linked to a higher risk of developing cancer according to new research. A French research team surveyed more than 100,000 adults, with an average age of 42, 79 per cent of whom were women, they found that just a 100 ml increase per day of sugary drinks was associated with an 18 per cent increased risk of cancer.

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sonicbigboom 1 year

New study claims living causes cancer.

Der Rikmeister
Der Rikmeister 1 year

I'm actually impressed that one of the articles bothers to mention the causal connection is fuzzy. That kind of honesty is extremely rare in media since it works against the sensationalism most media outlets and activists depend on for clicks and manipulation of public opinion.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

everything causes cancer

Der Rikmeister
Der Rikmeister 1 year

Sorry VanityCulture. You gonna die!

RaiRai 1 year

Breathing air causes cancer!

Wolfe 1 year

tbh it's more surprising these days to find something doesn't cause cancer

Lowlife 1 year

Why are 79 percent of the people polled female? Aren’t they at higher risk in the first place? At least for breast cancer

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 1 year

I drink nothing but water and milk... I’m probably going to die of arsenic poison considering I live in east Texas.

ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

You kind of wonder what causes cancer and why everyone is dying from it. I can name a dozen people who have it right now.

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