Sugar-sweetened beverages linked to cancer mortality risk

Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages appeared associated with increased risk for death from an obesity-related cancer, according to study results published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.Individuals who drank two or more servings of such beverages daily — compared with those who drank none — exhibited a 5% increased risk for mortality from malignancies such as colorectal or kidney cancers, even after adjustment for BMI.Investigators also observed an association between artificially sweetened beverages and pancreatic risk independent of BMI.In this video,Read More

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