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Consumption of each additional daily serving of sugary beverages (12oz) was associated with an 11% higher all-cause mortality risk and each additional daily serving of fruit juice (12oz) was associated with a 24% higher all-cause mortality risk.
These findings were independent of BMI and suggest that the consumption of sugary beverages including fruit juice may lead to adverse health outcomes. There were many limitations to this study including the inability to control for income in the full sample size and self-reported sugar drink/juice consumption only at baseline.
Here is a good commentary on the paper that addresses the fruit juice data: https://jamanetwork.com/%E2%80%A6/jamanetworkop%E2%80%A6/fullarticle/2733417