A new study has linked drinking just 100 ml of a sugary drink to an 18% increase in overall cancer risk and a 22% increase in breast cancer risk.@ClevelandClinic

Cleveland Clinic
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A new study has linked drinking just 100 ml of a sugary drink to an 18% increase in overall cancer risk and a 22% increase in breast cancer risk.
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