Fizzy drinks may be linked to a higher risk of heart attacks, researchers claim.
They say high consumption of carbonated soft drinks may lead to an increased rate of heart disease and strokes.
Japanese scientists looked at the drinking habits of 800,000 patients who had to be resuscitated after having a cardiac arrest out of hospital during a six-year period. Read more
Saturday, September 5, 2015
Carbonated Drinks Increase Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke
Carbonated beverages could increase the risk of heart attacks or strokes, according to researchers. This should not come as a big surprise since humans rarely if ever drank carbonated beverages until a century or so ago. They aren't part of our natural diet.