More than 2 glasses of soda daily linked tied to higher risk of death: Study

Researchers studying more than 450,000 people in 10 countries found that higher consumption of naturally or artificially sweetened soda was associated with higher risk of dying from various ailments.
0:21 | 09/03/19

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News tonight about sewed up and your health a new study suggests people drinking more than two glasses of soda a day may be at a higher risk of death whether the soda is naturally or artificially sweetened. The study in ten European countries fighting higher consumption may be linked with a higher risk of dying from various ailments including heart disease but it's not necessarily the cause. Study published in Gemma.

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