A new study suggests coffee consumption doesn't lead to long-term high blood pressure but soda consumption may. Researchers cautioned that the results were inconclusive, but they said that in looking at data on 155,594 mostly white female nurses aged 55 on average, those who drank at least four cans of sugared cola drinks daily had a 28% to 44% increased risk of high blood pressure, compared to women who drank none.

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