The study analyzed data from nearly 100,000 women ages 50 to 79 who were involved in a major project called the Women’s Health Initiative, in which participants periodically answered a questionnaire about the consumption of sugary drinks.
The suspected link between the consumption of sugary drinks and liver cancer is the focus of a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. According to the study’s authors, “among postmenopausal women, compared to those who consume three or fewer servings of sugary drinks per month, people who consume one or more sugary drinks per day have more liver cancer and higher death rates from chronic liver disease” .
Source: TG 24 Sky
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