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Researchers Associate Cancer with Sugary Drinks

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A study published in the 2016 issue of Translational Cancer has suggested that there may be an association between certain cancers and sugar-sweetened beverages.

The study was conducted at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and states that the link between cancer and sugar-sweetened drinks varies with age.

Furthermore, it showed that with regards to cervical cancer survivors, consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages may be an added risk factor. Read more . . .

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