NEW YORK, NY - Remember, it is an apple a day and not a can of diet soda that keeps the doctor away.
A new study shows there is a link between diet soda and the risks of a stroke or heart attack.
Over a period of nine years, researchers found people who drink diet soda every day had a sixty one-percent higher risk of those events.
More studies are being done. The new report was just presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference.
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