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Scientists Studied Impact Of Sugary Drinks On Health, And The News Isn't Good

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Scientists Studied Impact Of Sugary Drinks On Health, And The News Isn't Good

Scientists Studied Impact Of Sugary Drinks On Health, And The News Isn't Good

Drinking sugar β€” whether in 100% fruit juice, soda, or sweetened coffee and tea β€” may increase cancer risk.

A long-term study of more than 100,000 people found a link between drinking more sugar and higher cancer rates.

According to Business Insider, the study controlled for other factors like exercise, family medical history, smoking status, age, and education level.

The results regarding fruit juices may be surprising because fruit juices have a healthy image.

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