Daily glass of soda or juice can increase cancer risk, study says
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A daily glass of soda or juice can increase your risk of cancer according to a new French study.
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A Daily Glass of Soda or Juice Can Increase Your Risk of Cancer According to a new French study that looked at more than 100,000 people, sugary drinks are linked to an increased risk of cancer. They found that a 100 ml sugary drink per day led to a 18% increase in overall cancer risk and a 22%... A Daily Glass of Soda or Juice Can Increase Your Risk of Cancer 01:06
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