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October 2007 Issue

Do Soft Drinks Raise Heart Disease Risk?

Q. I read that soda—even diet soda—could increase the risk of heart disease. How could that be?
A. A study did find a link between one soft drink a day and increased risk of heart disease. However, there are caveats to the study’s conclusion.

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