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RE: Soft drink panic machine

RE: Soft drink panic machine

JAMA Internal Medicine is feeding the soft drink panic machine. "New study links all soda to an early death," says the Washington Post. CNN gets right down to it: "Want to live longer? You may want to ditch these drinks."  The funny thing here is that low-sugar drinks had the strongest link to mortality. Sugary drinks were less of a problem in their analysis.

As reported on the CONSCIENHEALTH website - DRINK MORE?

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