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Does drinking diet soda raise the risk of a stroke?

By: Julie Corliss, Executive Editor, Harvard Heart Letter For diet soda fans, recent news reports linking these popular drinks to higher risk of stroke may have been alarming. A closer look at the study behind the headlines suggests there’s no need to panic. But beverages naturally low in calories are probably a healthier option than artificially sweetened drinks. …

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