Study: Sugary sodas and juices linked to higher cancer risk. Here's what you need to know

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  • Aggielove Caldwell, ID
    July 13, 2019 4:13 a.m.

    When I read this articles title I laughed. Imagine all the shade the religious folks will put on this article.
    Many love there soda way to much.
    Thankfully I think soda tastes horrible.

  • Fullypresent Salt Lake City, UT
    July 13, 2019 12:15 a.m.

    The air and environnent are poisoning us and will give us cancer as much as anything.

  • Ralph Salt Lake City, UT
    July 12, 2019 1:41 p.m.

    High fat, high sugar, highly processed foods are the tobacco of today.

    Taxing harmful, nutrition-less foods like we do tobacco might help offset the crippling costs of obesity on our society. Obesity is going to break us if we don't do something significant about the epidemic.

  • Nottrue Salt Lake City, UT
    July 12, 2019 1:28 p.m.

    Yes going outside is a cancer risk, drinking coffee, smoking, and soda drinks also, we get warnings for cancer on everything. So let's all staying our homes and don't do anything.

  • Thomas Paine South Jordan, UT
    July 12, 2019 10:51 a.m.

    So, I’m conclusion, people who drink sugary sodas are more likely to be doing, eating or not doing or eating or possibly something entirely different that causes cancer, but we really don’t know what it is. So, even if you stop drinking soda, you may still be at the same risk for cancer.