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Study links diet sodas to higher risk of dementia, stroke


Study links diet sodas to higher risk of dementia, stroke
Palestine Herald Press

ANDERSON, Ind. — A new study claims to have found a connection between drinking diet soda and being at higher risk of developing dementia and stroke. However, the study's author is calling for more research to be done. The study found an association ...

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