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Concentrated sugars and incidence of prostate cancer in a prospective cohort.

Increased intake of added sugars from sweetened beverages may raise the risk of prostate cancer.

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Soft drink consumption and gestational diabetes risk in the SUN project.

Gestational diabetes is more likely to occur in women who are habitual consumers of sugar-sweetened beverages.

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Long-Term Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened and Artificially Sweetened Beverages and Risk of Mortality in US Adults.

Regular consumption of sugary beverages may elevate cardiovascular mortality risk in men and women.

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Association of sweetened beverage intake with incident hypertension.

The odds of developing hypertension may be stacked against high consumers of sugary beverages.

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Soft drink consumption and mental health problems among adults in Australia.

High intake of soft drinks may tilt the odds of suffering from mental health problems against an individual.

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Consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages associated with increased odds of depression.

Fondness for sugar-sweetened beverages may push an individual closer to depression.

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Sugar intake from sweet food and beverages, common mental disorder and depression: prospective findings from the Whitehall II study.

Lovers of sugar-sweetened beverages and foods may be at high risk of developing recurrent depression and common mental disorder.

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Soft drink and juice consumption and risk of pancreatic cancer: the Singapore Chinese Health Study.

Habitual drinking of soft drinks may promote the formation of cancerous cells and tumors in the pancreas.

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Sugar-sweetened beverages consumption and the risk of depression: A meta-analysis of observational studies.

​The odds of suffering from depression may be tilted against habitual drinkers of sugar-sweetened beverages.

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