A study in The BMJ found a 100 milliliter daily increase of sugary drink intake was associated with 18% higher odds of developing cancer and 22% higher odds of developing breast cancer. The findings, based on up to nine years of data from 101,257 French adults, 79% of them female, didn't show a correlation between artificially sweetened drinks and cancer risk, but the authors noted the study had relatively low consumption of that type of beverage.
Sugary drink consumption linked with increased cancer risk
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