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Junk food increases cancer risk even if a healthy weight

Women who eat junk food but are not overweight are still increasing their risk of cancer, a study reveals. Based on these results, the study hypothesizes that weight gain alone may not be responsible for increased cancer risk. This study comes on the heels of recent research that indicates even thin people can be metabolically unhealthy if they consume a high-calorie diet.

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