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What are the health risks of drinking too much diet coke?
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Dr. Christopher Guzik
Family Medicine
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In brief: Stroke
A study, which followed more than 2, 500 new yorkers for nine or more years, found that people who drank diet soda every day had a 61 percent higher risk of vascular events, including stroke and heart attack, than those who completely eschewed the diet drinks, according to researchers who presented their results today at the american stroke association’s international stroke conference in la.

In brief: Stroke
A study, which followed more than 2, 500 new yorkers for nine or more years, found that people who drank diet soda every day had a 61 percent higher risk of vascular events, including stroke and heart attack, than those who completely eschewed the diet drinks, according to researchers who presented their results today at the american stroke association’s international stroke conference in la.
Dr. Christopher Guzik
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Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Addiction Medicine
In brief: Uncertain
There have been a few large population studies that seem to associate large amounts of carbonated beverages, including diet sodas, with a greater likelihood of arteriosclerosis and heart attack or other vascular problems, but this is a relatively small effect.
Lots of caffeine isnt good for you, impairs sleep, makes people anxious. There is nothing wrong with water - cut the soda gradually back.

In brief: Uncertain
There have been a few large population studies that seem to associate large amounts of carbonated beverages, including diet sodas, with a greater likelihood of arteriosclerosis and heart attack or other vascular problems, but this is a relatively small effect.
Lots of caffeine isnt good for you, impairs sleep, makes people anxious. There is nothing wrong with water - cut the soda gradually back.
Dr. Alan Wartenberg
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