Regular intake of one normal-sized soft drink raised men's odds of developing a more aggressive form of prostate cancer by about 40%, Swedish researchers found. They also said that a diet rich in carbohydrates was linked to a 31% greater risk of having milder forms of prostate cancer. The findings appear in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Daily soda consumption may increase prostate cancer risk
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