Two cans of sugar-free fizzy drinks per day could increase a woman's risk of a heart attack or stroke by almost a third, according to a study.
Simple diet changes can help reduce it - in particular, you should avoid a certain drink.
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One in seven of 11-15 year olds reported consuming energy drinks at least two to four times a week.
In a new study done over ten years and sampling 60,000 women, it was shown that women who drink two or more diet drinks a day have much higher cardiovascular disease rates and are more likely to die from the disease.
Rugby’s biggest stars & celebrity photographer Rankin join race against time to raise £500,000 to cure 10-year-old of cancer which has blighted his life twice and will come back.
Children are turning their backs on sugary drinks, with the numbers drinking them falling by a third over the past nine years, a survey suggests.
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