Mumbai: 8th April 2012
Tempting as it may be due to rising mercury levels, people having fizzy drinks daily are at a 20% higher risk of getting heart disease than those who don’t, a new study suggests. Also, people who drink diet sodas every day have a 61% higher risk of bursting a blood vessel. What is alarming is that even children, who consume 40-70 ml of soft drinks a day, may put on 3-5 kilos every year.
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