I didn't read the media headlines, so I'm not going on those. I think it's a telling point that the same studies are used for two different conclusions. The evidence is poor and widely open to interpretation. There's no evidence of causation and very little of correlation. The media headlines were probably grossly misinterpreted for both sets of papers - why wouldn't they be? Incidentally, the doctor who made the video I posted a link to eats very little meat. Not for health reasons, because there's no good evidence either way. They changed their diet for environmental reasons, for which there is solid evidence. I strongly recommend watching that video because it's a bona fide attempt at an unbiased summary of the medical evidence, by someone suitably qualified to do so.