Study: Small glass of soda, fruit juice a day can increase risk for cancer

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A new study finds drinking just a small amount of soda or fruit juice a day can increase your overall risk for cancer by nearly 20 percent.

The research looked at 100,000 French adults and said the drink, roughly one-third the size of a can of soda, can increase the risk by 18 percent.

The risk for breast cancer could also be increase by 22 percent.

According to the American Beverage Association, the drinks are safe as part of a balanced diet.

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