Medical News Drinking sugary drinks linked to an increased risk for all cancers


Medical News


10 July 2019

Getty/Andrew Bret WallisBy New Scientist staff and Press Association
Drinking an average of just under 200 ml of a sugar-sweetened drink or fruit juice each day has been linked to an 18 per cent increase in cancer risk.
Researchers from the French Public Health Agency and the Nutritional Epidemiology Research Team (EREN) in Bobigny, France, analysed data from over 101,250 people, 79 per cent of whom were women. The average age at the start of the study was 42.


At the start of the study, participants filled-out questionnaires that …

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