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Study shows diet fizzy drinks 'increase risk of dying younger' as much as full-sugar


What do you think about this report? Tell us in the comments... Writing in the Journal of Public Health, the leading author of the study, Dr Hongyi Li, said that people who drank sugar-sweetened drinks had a 5% increased risk of dying from any cause.And they had a 13% increase in risk of dying from heart disease, reports The Sun.People who drank the most sugar-sweetened drinks were 12% more likely to die from any cause and 20% more likely to die from heart disease when compared to those who drank the least.Meanwhile, when looking at artificially sweetened drinks the researchers discovered that people were 4% more at risk of dying from any cause and 7% higher risk of drying from heart disease.People who drank more of the artificially.

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