Possible link between sugary drinks and cancer

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New research suggests a possible link between sugary drinks and cancer.
The study, conducted in France, tracked the diets over 100-thousand adults for 9-years.
It showed a 3-ounce per day increase in the consumption of sugary drinks was associated with an 18% increased risk of cancer.
Researchers say sugar in sodas and fruit juice may affect the fat stored around vital organs and cause inflammation.
However, they caution, this does not mean these drinks cause cancer.
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