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Women who drink 2 sodas a day have a higher risk of developing colorectal cancer before they reach 50, study finds – Business Insider Australia

Colorectal cancer rates have increased over the past three decades and more young people are being diagnosed, study finds.

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  • Drinking sugary beverages every day may increase your risk of early-onset colorectal cancer, research suggests.
  • A large study found that women who had two or more sugary drinks a day were more likely to develop colorectal cancer before age 50.
  • These findings support existing research that diet is linked to the rise of colorectal cancers in younger people.
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