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Study links diet drinks to higher CV, mortality risks

A study published in the journal Stroke linked consumption of more than one artificially sweetened drink per day to a higher risk of stroke, heart attack and early death for women ages 50 and older. The study did not show a causal effect, and researchers said the risks were highest for black women, obese women and those who did not have a history of heart disease or diabetes.

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