1. Study links early-onset colorectal cancer with sugar-sweetened drinks  Good Morning America
  2. Antibiotic Linked to Rise in Early-Onset Colon Cancer?  Medscape
  3. Colon Cancer Rising in Young Adults, Linked to Sugary Drinks  The New York Times
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Any antibiotic exposure appears to increase the risk of colon cancer by almost 50% in people aged under 50 years, say UK researchers, although experts warn more work is needed to show causality.Any antibiotic exposure appears to increase the risk of colon cancer by almost 50% in people aged under 50 years, say UK researchers, although experts warn more work is needed to show causality.

Antibiotic Linked to Rise in Early-Onset Colon Cancer?

Young adults who drink sugary beverages may be at an increased risk of developing colon cancer, researchers claim.Young adults who drink sugary beverages may be at an increased risk of developing colon cancer, researchers claim.

Sugary drinks and increased colon cancer risk linked in study involving nurses | Fox News

As consumption of sugar-laden drinks rose in the 1980s and ’90s, so did colorectal cancer rates among younger adults, a study in nurses found.As consumption of sugar-laden drinks rose in the 1980s and ’90s, so did colorectal cancer rates among younger adults, a study in nurses found.

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