Study: Daily Diet Soda May Up Risk for Heart Attack

While many Americans switch from regular soda to diet in an effort to be healthier, new research questions this strategy.

Researchers from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, whose study was published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, say that older adults who drank diet soda daily were 44 percent more likely to have a heart attack.

However, the study does not prove that diet soda is the culprit. Further research is needed.

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