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Processed And Red Meat Could Cause Cancer? Your Questions Answered

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The World Health Organization has put bacon, hot dogs and sausages in the same category of cancer risk as tobacco smoking. Anokarina/Flickr hide caption

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Bad Day For Bacon: Processed Meats Cause Cancer, WHO Says

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According to big data, this bacon and avocado sandwich should be a party for your tastebuds. iStockphoto hide caption

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Hot Dogs, Bacon And Red Meat Tied To Increased Diabetes Risk

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