Diet soda linked to weight gain

06/21/2005 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Those who drink soda have a higher risk of growing overweight or obese, says a study of patient data that baffled researchers. Drinkers of diet or regular soda were more likely to become overweight than nondrinkers, but with all other factors considered, regular soda was not linked with being overweight.

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