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Special Reports June 2011 Issue

News About Soft Drinks

Quenching your thirst for answers about sodas and your health.

Soft-drink lovers who thought they were doing something good for their health got a jolt—not the highly caffeinated soda kind—earlier this year when a report linked diet sodas to greater risk of stroke and heart attack. The surprising findings captured headlines and blared over the nightly news: In a study of 2,564 people

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