Sugar-free sodas linked to a higher risk of death in study of 452,000 people
U.S. · BUSINESS · SCIENCE
September 4, 20194 min read734 words
Published: September 4, 2019  |  4 min read734 words
Here’s some less-than refreshing news about soda: even sugar-free versions were associated with a higher risk of death in a study of 452,000 people in 10 countries. The study, published Tuesday by the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that people who drank two or...
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September 4, 2019
A very well sourced article highlighting a recent study that looks at sugar-free sodas. There was no scientific explanation as to why sugar-free drinks are as much or more of a health risk, which is the only thing missing from this otherwise very contextual and informative piece.
September 4, 2019
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