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Do monster drinks cause cancer

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. they werle heavy drinkers, and smoked. My other great uncle is dying of stomach cancer; heavy drinker, too. Is it a concern that it may be genetic, or could it have been cause by the above mentioned drinking? I'm worried ...

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-10 Grizzly Wintergreen pouches per day. I am 30 yrs old. 150 pds. 5 10 . Active. Don t drink alcohol or smoke ... painful. It was definitely more than just a little blood. My question is, is this directly caused from ...

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Hi my name is Jennifer. I ve start drinking Monster Energy Drinks and my mom and aunt told me it gives you lung cancer and I was wondering if it was true. Can you please tell me if it is true?? I would ...

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Is ensure a safe drink to have while on both chemo and radiation for metastasized stomach cancer? I ... in cancer patients due to the fact that cancer feeds off of sugar. ...

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hi docter my name is cameron i would just like to know does coca cola cause colon cancer because my ... causes colon cancer is that true regards cameron ...

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cigarettes, drinking occasionally will make the problem I have, make it worser or not, my dr. said it could be cancerous also, if your in the third stage all the 10 symptoms I read up on I am having those symptoms ...

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to lead to tonsil cancer. We were both virgins before we had sex with each other and perform oral occasionally. He has never done drugs nor does he ever drink. Do you think that there s a good chance that he ...

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Thanks for the query. Currently, there is no real-scientific evidence that energy drinks are linked to cancer. In susceptible individuals to caffeine, they may raise blood pressure and pulse, but long-term risks are not well defined. Hope this helps, wish you the best, Dr Brenes-Salazar MD Mayo Clinic MN

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No this is not true. You should only drink pop in moderation however because the acid can cause damage to your esophagus. Please rate 5 Stars! I strive to provide the best answers to your questions.

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