Regular consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages by women is linked to an 85% higher risk of liver cancer and a 68% higher risk of chronic liver disease mortality, according to a study led by Massachusetts’ Brigham and Women’s Hospital, which examined nearly 100,000 postmenopausal women over more than 20 years. The research sheds light on the health impacts of sugary drinks.

Just how many soft drinks are too much? Read entire article: Women drinking sugar-sweetened beverages have increased liver cancer, disease risk, researchers find


Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Linked to Higher Liver Cancer and Disease Risk in Women, Study Finds



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