Consumption of sugary drinks, including fruit juice, was positively associated with the overall risk for cancer and the risk for breast cancer in a large prospective ...
Cancer Risk From Sugary Drinks?
Fruit juice joins the list of cancer-causing foods, new study finds | National Post
Consumption of sugary drinks linked with cancer risk: study | CTV News
Cancer risk is higher if you pound sugary drinks, but the causal link is fuzzy: study - National | Globalnews.ca
Tom Watson on Twitter: "Consuming excessive amounts of sugary drinks, including juices, may raise risk of cancer, according to this 9-year study of over 100,000 people. That's the sort of clear evidence Boris Johnson asked for - debunking his gibberish plan to axe the sugar tax.
Sally Bundock on Twitter: "#Sugar = #cancer? The latest research says an extra 100ml of sugary drinks a day - about two cans a week - would increase the risk of cancer by 18%. To what extent do you chose foods/drinks based on health? Get in touch #BBCTheBriefing
ASHWANI MAHAJAN on Twitter: "CC @drharshvardhan Study links a small glass of juice or soda a day to increased risk of cancer - CNN https://t.co/rfMFxFwfoW @Moveribfan"
David Gillespie on Twitter: "One cup of soft drink a day linked to 18 per cent increased cancer risk: study https://t.co/eVWyfeARuF via @smh"
Are sugary drinks causing cancer? - BBC News
Sugary drink consumption and risk of cancer: results from NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort | The BMJ
Study finds possible link between sugary drinks and cancer - Cyprus Mail
One small glass of juice a day linked to cancer risk | News | The Times
Drinking sugary drinks linked to an increased risk for all cancers | New Scientist
Sugary drink consumption increases cancer risk, research suggests | News | DW | 11.07.2019
Daily drink of fruit juice can increase the risk of cancer by 12%, major study suggests | Daily Mail Online
Fruit juice linked to increased cancer risk, new study finds | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ