Harvard Heart Letter

Early signs of heart disease in people who drink sugary sodas

Research we’re watching New research adds to the growing evidence linking a high-sugar diet to heart disease. A report in the April 16, 2016, American Heart Journal found that people who drank at least five sugar-sweetened sodas a week were more likely to have early signs of heart disease than people who drank less than one soda weekly. …

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