Diet Soda

February 10, 2011 by staff 

Diet Soda, (AP) – It is not definitive proof of damage, but new research raises concerns about soda. He suggested that people who drink daily have a higher risk of stroke and heart attack than those who do not drink soda of any kind at all.

The results from a study funded by the federal approximately 2,500 adults in the New York area.
Doctors have no explanation for the diet soft drink can be risky. It could be that people who drink too many fail to exercise, weigh more or other risk factors such as hypertension and smoking. However, the researchers took those factors into account and found the trend remains.

What to do? Drink water, experts suggest.

The study was discussed Wednesday at a conference American Stroke Association in Los Angeles.

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