Study links preterm birth to diet soda consumption

07/25/2010 | Reuters

Danish researchers examined the diets of almost 60,000 pregnant women and found that the risk of premature births is 38% higher in those who drank at least one serving of diet soda a day compared with those who did not drink any soda. The researchers said the data "warrants further attention."

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