Unexpected link found between diet soda, obesity risk

Drinkers of diet soda have the same high risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease as drinkers of regular soda, researchers at the Framingham Heart Study found. Researchers say artificially sweetened drinks may increase a person's craving for more sweets, but cautioned that additional research is needed.

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