Soft Drinks, Hard Truths

A large European study coordinated by researchers from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has found that compared with those who drink less than one glass of sugar-sweetened or artificially-sweetened soft drinks per month, the people who drink two or more glasses of these drinks per day have a higher risk of fatal health damage. In addition, the IARC has also observed that people who have two or more glasses of artificially-sweetened soft drinks per day are at a high risk of circulatory diseases, and those who have one or more glasses of sugar-sweetened soft drinks per day have high risk of digestive diseases.

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