London: Snacking on sweet treats like biscuits, cakes, fizzy drinks, crisps and desserts may increase the risk of bowel cancer, a new UK study suggests. Researchers investigated various factors including diet, levels of physical activity and smoking in Scottish bowel cancer patients. They found links with some established risk factors of colorectal cancer - such as family history of cancer, physical activity and smoking. Their findings also identified new factors including high-energy snacks, `BBC News` reported.
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