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Want to live longer? Rethink sugary drink consumption

News briefs Drinking lots of sugary drinks like soda, fruit punch, lemonade, or sports drinks is associated with many health problems, such as weight gain and an increased risk for diabetes, heart disease, or stroke. But a Harvard-led observational study published March 18, 2019, in Circulation finds an even graver tie, linking sugar-sweetened beverage consumption to an early death. Researchers analyzed the data from two large studies of more than 110,000…

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