1. Sugar in fruit juice may raise risk of cancer, study finds  The Guardian
  2. Drinking a third of a can of Coke a day ‘increases risk of breast cancer by 22% – and fruit juice is just as d  The Sun
  3. Fruit juices and sugary drinks linked to increased cancer risk, large study finds  The Independent
  4. Drinking sugary drinks including fruit juice increases risk of cancer  Mirror Online
  5. Drinking juice and soda linked to cancer in study of 100,000 people  Business Insider
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JUST a third of a can of Coke a day can raise your risk of cancer, research suggests – and fruit juice is just as risky. Experts found that just 100ml of sugary drink could raise your risk of…

Drinking a third of a can of Coke a day ‘increases risk of breast cancer by 22% – and fruit juice is just as dangerous’ – The Sun

A study published by The BMJ today reports a possible association between higher consumption of sugary drinks and and an increased risk of cancer.

Study suggests possible link between sugary drinks and cancer

“.@CR_UK found that obesity causes more cases of 4 common cancers in the UK than smoking Sugery foods threaten our communities just like tobacco. They need to be regulated as such The #LibDems will uphold the sugar tax that already forced companies to lower sugar levels in drinks”

Tom Brake MP 🔶 on Twitter: ".@CR_UK found that obesity causes more cases of 4 common cancers in the UK than smoking Sugery foods threaten our communities just like tobacco. They need to be regulated as such The #LibDems will uphold the sugar tax that already forced companies to lower sugar levels in drinks"

Drinking two glasses of fruit juice a day may increase the risk of cancer by more than 50 per cent, a major new study has found.Drinking two glasses of fruit juice a day may increase the risk of cancer by more than 50 per cent, a major new study has found.

Two glasses of fruit juice a day may boost cancer risk by 50 per cent, according to major study

It may not matter whether the sugar in a drink is added or natural. Drinking any sweet beverage (juice included) is linked with higher cancer risk.It may not matter whether the sugar in a drink is added or natural. Drinking any sweet beverage (juice included) is linked with higher cancer risk.

Drinking juice and soda linked to cancer in study of 100,000 people - Business Insider

Health News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - LONDON - People who drink a lot of sugary drinks have a higher risk of developing cancer, although the evidence cannot establish a direct causal link, researchers said on Thursday (July 11). The findings of a large study in France do suggest, however, that limiting intake of sugar-sweetened drinks may help to cut the number of cancer cases in a population, the scientists said. Consumption of sugary drinks has risen worldwide in the last few decades and is linked to obesity, which itself increases cancer risk.. Read more at AsiaOne

Study finds possible link between sugary drinks and cancer, Health News - AsiaOne

The French Institute of Health Research quizzed 101,257 healthy adults for the research The French Institute of Health Research quizzed 101,257 healthy adults for the research

Drinking sugary drinks including fruit juice increases risk of cancer - Mirror Online

PARIS: Consumption of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice is linked to a higher risk of developing certain kinds of cancer, researchers ...PARIS: Consumption of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice is linked to a higher risk of developing certain kinds of cancer, researchers ...

Consumption of sugary drinks linked with cancer risk: Study - CNA

The findings, from a major study in France, come a week after Boris Johnson said he may reverse the sugar tax on drinks. Doctors said it should serve as a warning to the Government to take actionThe findings, from a major study in France, come a week after Boris Johnson said he may reverse the sugar tax on drinks. Doctors said it should serve as a warning to the Government to take action

Daily drink of fruit juice can increase the risk of cancer by 12%, major study suggests | Daily Mail Online

A daily small glass of orange juice could increase the risk of cancer, research has suggested.A study of 100,000 people showed that consuming as little as 10 grA daily small glass of orange juice could increase the risk of cancer, research has suggested. A study of 100,000 people showed that consuming as little as 10 grams of sugar a day in drinks — the...

One small glass of juice a day raises cancer risk | News | The Times

Those who drank the most sugar-sweetened drinks and fruit juices had higher rates of cancer, including breast cancer.Those who drank the most sugar-sweetened drinks and fruit juices had higher rates of cancer, including breast cancer.

A study suggests a link for both fizzy pop and and fruit juices, although the reason is not clear.A study suggests a link for both fizzy pop and and fruit juices, although the reason is not clear.

Are sugary drinks causing cancer? - BBC News