• Diet drinks may be associated with stroke, dementia

    One year ago - By Healio

    Drinking at least one artificially sweetened beverage per week was associated with a higher rate of stroke and dementia vs. less than one beverage per week, according to recent findings. “Sugar-sweetened beverages are associated with cardiometabolic diseases, which may increase the risk of stroke and dementia,” Matthew P. Pase, PhD, of the department of neurology at Boston University School of Medicine, and colleagues wrote in the study background. “Limited prior findings suggest that sugar- and artificially sweetened beverages are both associated with an increased risk of incident stroke...
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  • Study Links Diet Soda to Stroke, Dementia

    One year ago - By MedPageToday

    But can't determine causality; some associations diminished with adjustments
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  • Diet drinks TRIPLE your risk of stroke and dementia

    Diet drinks TRIPLE your risk of stroke and dementia

    One year ago - By Daily Mail

    The Boston University study of almost 4,400 adults suggests diet drinks are more likely to cause strokes and dementia than those full of sugar.
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  • Diet Drinks Linked to Increased Stroke and Dementia Risk

    One year ago - By Medscape

    Although cause and effect cannot be determined from this new epidemiologic study, the results add to growing literature suggesting that artificially sweetened beverages may not be healthy alternatives to sugary drinks.
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