A Daily Can of Diet Fizzy Drink ‘Increases Risk of Heart Attack or Stroke’

Those who drink diet soft drinks daily are ’43 per cent more likely’ to have heart attacks.

Carbonated drinks can cause long-term liver damage similar to that of chronic alcoholism.
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