According to the Centers for Disease Control, 63 percent of adults aged 18 or older drink sugar-sweetened beverages daily. It is widely known that drinking soda, or pop, can cause you to put on some extra pounds.
But a recent study also linked these types of sweetened drinks to liver cancer.
Let's go through the details of this study and have a look: How bad can soda really be?
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