Soda intake tied to increased diabetes risk in another study

04/24/2013 | Reuters

Every extra 12 ounces of a sugary drink consumed increases diabetes risk by 22%, compared with having only one such drink a month, a large European study showed. The results, published in Diabetologia, support several U.S. studies that linked sugary beverages to increased body weight and a higher risk of diabetes, researchers noted.

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